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TLITransport Level Interface
TLIType Library Information
TLITransport Layer Interface
TLIThe Lonely Island (comedy team)
TLIThe Logistics Institute
TLIThe Latest Information (website; www.thelatestinformation.com)
TLITrans-Lunar Injection
TLITaipei Language Institute
TLITucker-Lewis Index
TLITotal Lymphoid Irradiation
TLITexas Learning Index (student assessment)
TLITeaching and Learning Initiative (various schools)
TLIThe Learning Institute
TLITank Level Indicator
TLIToo Little Information
TLITony Buzan Licensed Instructor (Netherlands)
TLIThe Leadership Institute (Orange, CA)
TLITeklink International, Inc. (Naperville, IL)
TLITransport Library Interface (network management)
TLITechnology Leadership Institute
TLITop Line Initiative (various companies)
TLIThin Layer Imaging
TLITertiary Level Institution
TLIThe Laurasian Institution
TLITop of Logging Interval (energy production)
TLITCT Logistics Inc
TLITransport Logistique Interim (French: Interim Transport Logistics)
TLIThe Laborer's Institute (Aurora, Colorado)
TLITreaty Limited Item(s)
TLITrypsinogen Like Immunoreactivity (veterinary diagnostics for canines/felines with pancreatic disorders)
TLITelephone-Line Interface
TLITextes, Langages, Imaginaires (French educational program; University of Nantes)
TLIThe Lost Island (gaming)
TLITime-Life International
TLIToastmaster's Leadership Institute
TLITraffic Load Index (Air Traffic Control)
TLIThought and Language Index
TLIThe Local Idiots (band)
TLITransactions et Locations Immobilières (French: Rentals and Real Estate Transactions)
TLITechnology Leadership Innovation (TLI Software Pvt Ltd)
TLITransmission Links Ireland Ltd (Co Kerry, Ireland)
TLIThermic Laboratory Inc (Claremont, NH)
TLITélévision Locale Indépendante (French: Local Independent TV)
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As the table I shows that there is poor fit for single factor CFA with data (I=3401.58; df=152; I2/df=22.38; root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA)=0.22; goodness-of-fit index (GFI)=0.46; Tucker-Lewis index (TLI)=0.51, confirmatory fit index (CFI)=0.51).
saturated Relative index [chi square]ldf 1.54 Fit is good when index < 2 (Ullman, 2001) and < 5 (Schumacker & Lomax, 2004) Comparative fit index (CFI) 0.975 Fit is good when CFI > 0.93 Tucker-Lewis index (TLI) 0.965 Fit is good when TLI > 0.90 Standardized root mean 0.043 squared residual (SRMR) Fit is good when SRMR < 0.08 TABLE 7.
Tabla 4 Indices de ajuste del modelo en la submuestra 2 (m= 534) y en la muestra 2 (N= 318) [ji al cuadrado] p [ji al cuadrado]/ Modelo bifactorial (gl) gl Instruccion "ultima 538,83 (165) < 0,001 3,27 semana", submuestra 2 (general, m= 534) Instruccion "ultimo 367,11 (165) < 0,001 2,22 mes", muestra 2 (estudiantes, N= 318) RMSEA Modelo bifactorial CFI TLI PNFI (IC 90%) Instruccion "ultima 0,93 0,92 0,78 0,065 (0,059-0,071) semana", submuestra 2 (general, m= 534) Instruccion "ultimo 0,92 0,90 0,80 0,062 (0,054-0,071) mes", muestra 2 (estudiantes, N= 318) Nota: CFI= comparative fit index; TLI= Tucker-Lewis index; PNFI= parsimonious normed fit index; RMSEA= root mean square error of approximation.
Furthermore, in order to compare LVM1 and LVM2, their comparative fit indices normed-fit-index (NFI), the relative-fit-index (RFI), the incremental-fitindex (IFI), the Tucker-Lewis index (TLI) (Tucker & Lewis 1973), and the comparative-fit-index (CFI) (Bentler 1990) were contrasted.
Hu and Bentler28 suggested that value of CFI and Tucker-Lewis index (TLI) above 0.95 and RMSEA values less than 0.06 represent an acceptable fit.
The goodness-of-fit of the unconstrained model was evaluated using the chi-square/degree-of-freedom ratio ([chi square]/df), the standardized root mean square residual (SRMR), the comparative fit index (CFI), the Tucker-Lewis index (TLI) and the root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA).
Accordingly, three relative goodness-of-fit indices were used: (1) the Normed Fit Index (NFI); (2) the Tucker-Lewis Index (TLI); and (3) the Incremental Fit Index (IFI).
As a second set of criteria for appropriateness we used several goodness-of-fit indices (in addition to [chi square]), namely the relative noncentrality index (RNI), the Tucker-Lewis index (TLI), and the root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA).
Results of the confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) supported the presence of convergent and discriminant validity, acceptable reliability, and a good model fit according to Tucker-Lewis index (TLI), comparative fit index (CFI), root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA), and standardized root mean square residual (SRMR) ([chi square] = 964.686, [chi square]/df = 2.996, TLI = .972, CFI = .976, RMSEA = .072, SRMR = .024).
Different fit indices were tested: the x2 Goodness-of-Fit Statistic, Goodness-of-Fit Index (GFI), Adjusted Goodness-of-Fit Index (AGFI), and the Root Mean Square Error of Approximation (RMSEA), the Comparative Fit Index (CFI), the Incremental Fit Index (IFI) and the Tucker-Lewis Index (TLI).
The Tucker-Lewis Index is the same as the non-normed index proposed by Bentler & Bonett (1980).
Factor loadings of all indicators were significant and the goodness of fit indices of the model were excellent, [chi square] = 58.40, df = 13, [chi square]/df = 4.49, CFI = 0.96, Tucker-Lewis Index = 0.93, RMSEA = 0.08.