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CGContact Guarding
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CGCapacity Gages
CGCentro Guía (Guatemala, religious group gathering center)
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Thus, it seems necessary to consider ethical dimensions of the congruency noted above; after all, the model has intelligible and ethical dimensions.
The phase congruency is very sensitive to noise, so it is modeled using Rayleigh distribution, [[mu].
Congruency with the ethnicity of salespersons affect brand attitude positively (Grier and Deshpande, 2001).
Step 3: Congruency analysis of projected image by the Vietnamese authorities and perceived image by foreign visitors.
goal-incongruent emotions in stop-smoking campaigns lead to more involvement and persuasion for smokers with a particular focus; as such, our regulatory focus-emotion congruency hypothesis is based on the regulatory relevancy principle (Higgins 2002).
However, in 1998, Chelladurai and Riemer noted that the majority of research concerning the leadership behavior congruency hypothesis of the MML had incorporated difference scores in their analysis.
Edge detection is done using phase congruency method; this image (Lena) information is shown in Fig.
Several different methods have been described, including the Mino method, (14) the congruency method, (15) and the radioulnar ratio method.
Yet, what appears to be a simple concept is actually quite dynamic in action because franchise system goal congruency and transparency engages people at all levels of the organization.
The IRS realigned its Industries and territories to improve geographic congruency and increased the use of cross-Industry tax examinations as a way of balancing the workload across the various Industries and posts-of-duty.
39) Thus, a congruency of both sexual abuse of women in prison and women in slavery is that sexual abuse was and is used as a tool of oppression.
As a former laser operator, he also finds the software very good for congruency challenges: "handling the small but vital differences between the 'perfect' world of the CAD file and the real world, which includes things like springback.