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DVDigital Video
DVDomestic Violence
DVDaily Values (Nutrition Facts in US)
DVDivide (street type)
DVDeveloper (copier component)
DVDependent Variable
DVDick Vitale (sports personality)
DVDeath Valley (California)
DVDengue Virus
DVDiversity Visa (US Department of State)
DVDefault Value (computing)
DVDeus Vult (Latin: God Wills It)
DVDiverter Valve
DVDeja Vu
DVDatenverarbeitung (German: Data Processing and Programming)
DVDry Van (shipping/trucking container)
DVDéjà Vu (amusement park ride)
DVDoppler Velocity
DVDragon Valley (Lineage 2 game)
DVDorsoventral
DVDepreciated Value
DVDesign Verification
DVDeluxe Version
DVDarth Vader
DVDistance Vector (routing protocol)
DVDisabled Veteran (various locations)
DVDemand for Validation (credit)
DVDeveloped Vetting
DVDeVry Inc. (stock symbol)
DVDesign Variable
DVDigestive Vacuole (microbiology)
DVDigito de Verificación (Spanish: Check Digit)
DVDeo Volente (Latin: God Willing)
DVDesign Validation
DVDisabled Vehicle
DVDirect Voltage
DVDistinguished Visitor
DVDifferential Velocity
DVDiminishing Value
DVData Valid
DVDemand Valve
DVDorsal Ventral (radiography)
DVDomiciliary Visit (health care)
DVDesktop Virtualization
DVDescent Vehicle
DVDark Vision (band)
DVDefensor Vinculi (Latin: Defender of the Bond; Catholic law)
DVDiscordant Veins
DVDaily Variation
DVDiversification Value
DVDriver's Viewer
DVDark Vengeance (computer game)
DVDarling Violetta (band)
DVDESQview Script (file name extension)
DVDéchêts Verts (French: Green Waste)
DVDisbursement Voucher
DVDesignated Verification (cryptography)
DVDelivery Verification Certificate
DVDelay Variance
DVDyesthetic Vulvodynia
DVDifferential Voltmeter
DVDisparity Vector
DVDirect Viewfinder (camera technology)
DVDevota Virgo (Latin: Devout Virgin, epigraphy)
DVDecoy Vehicle
DVDevotus Vir (Latin: Devout Man, epigraphy)
DVDarbellay-Vajda (algorithm)
DVDiis Volentibus (Latin: If the Gods Want, epigraphy)
DVDonec Vixit (Latin: Until He/She Lived, epigraphy)
DVDisident Voice (radical newsletter)
DVDeus Volent (Latin; God Willing)
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Though, correlation and regression analyses of all the characteristics were found significant, but before developing regression models for the prediction of the dependent variables, a data normality test of the dependent variable was conducted to confirm whether simple linear regression can be used for the prediction of the dependent variable or not.
05 is considered significant for predicting the dependent variable.
This was performed separately for each industry code and each dependent variable in our dataset.
Simplest form of discriminant analysis is when dependent variable is dichotomous, in this case discriminant function use to classify subjects into two groups.
Regression between the independent variable (corporate image) and the dependent variable (quality of service) indicates that there is significant positive correlation between these two variables.
Therefore, the inclusion of initial GDP on the right hand side incorporates some of the impact of oil on the dependent variable and may radically alter the coefficient of the oil abundance measure in the regression.
Regression is a method of statistical analysis through which, by the assignation of determined values to a dependent variable y and to one or more independent variables [x.
The results of the model with cost of equity as the dependent variable and CCC are shown in Table 5.
The independent variables have a 76% effect on the dependent variable as shown by the R value of .
And why should anyone estimate these equivalent models in the form of his Model 2, which includes a lagged dependent variable that merely disguises the dependence of [[?
Results revealed that UN, CSH, TOEPH, ARH(1), ANTE(1) and UNR heterogeneous variance- covariance models were the best model group in modeling the variance- covariance matrix structure regarding the dependent variable and CS, TOEP and AR(1) homogeneous variance- covariance models were the worst model group.
The above analysis estimates the average value of the dependent variable when the independent variable is held fixed.