RI

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AcronymDefinition
RIRhode Island (US postal abbreviation)
RIRock Island (various locations)
RIRotary International
RIRepublic of Indonesia
RIRobotics Institute
RIRemedial Investigation
RIRiver Island (clothing; UK)
RIReference Implementation
RIRelevant Information
RIRelief International
RIReissue
RIRefugees International
RIRespiratory Infection (illness)
RIRelations Internationales (French: International Relations)
RIReinsurance
RIRed Ink (band)
RIRepubblica Italiana (Italian Republic)
RIRefractive Index
RIRoosevelt Island (New York, NY)
RIRaffles Institution (Singapore)
RIReproductive Isolation (biology)
RIRequest for Information (usually seen as RFI)
RIResponsible Investment
RIRégiment d'Infanterie (French: Infantry Regiment)
RIRing It
RIResidual Income
RIRisques Industriels (French: Industrial Risks)
RIRelações Internacionais (Brazil; International Relations)
RIReligious Instruction
RIReliability Index
RIRenal Insufficiency (kidney disorder)
RIRing Indicator (for Modem)
RIRijeka, Croatia (license plate)
RIRotate In (Hyper Logo Turtle graphics command)
RIReliability Improvement
RIReferential Integrity (database rules)
RIRoyal Infirmary (UK)
RIRighteous Indignation
RIRigorous Imprisonment (police)
RIResearch Infrastructure
RIRank Indicator
RIReview Item
RIRockwell International
RIRadio Interference
RIResistance Index
RIRecombinant Inbred
RIRockefeller Institute
RIRehabilitation International (New York, NY)
RIRetention Index
RIRieti, Lazio (Italian province)
RIReport of Investigation (NIOSH)
RIRadiation Intensity
RIRunway Incursion
RIRe-Interview (census)
RIRutherford Institute
RIResearch Instrument
RIRoslin Institute (UK)
RIRelative Inaccuracy (measurement)
RIRisk-Informed (Nuclear Power)
RIRegistered Importer (US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)
RIReceiving Inspection
RIRoyal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (UK)
RIRegistration Intake
RIRouting Indicator (US DoD)
RIRise Inside (band)
RIRecord Item
RIRex Imperator (Latin: King Emperor; British imperial title)
RIRinnovamento Italiano (Italian Renewal Party)
RIRecruit Instruction (US Navy)
RIResearch Interviewer
RIReadership Institute (Northwestern University)
RIRegional Ileitis (pig disease)
RIRandom Individual
RIRouting Identifier
RIRosenbluth International
RIResistance-Inductance
RIRandom Insanity (online comic strip)
RIRandom Insanity (gaming community)
RIRoutes International
RIReinforced Insulation
RIRanger Instructor (US Army Ranger School)
RIReverse Integration (computer source code merge promotion process)
RIResidual Image
RIReconnaissance Investigation
RIRetreats International
RIResonance Integral
RIRight Inboard
RIReconnaissance Inspection
RIRepubliek Indonesie (Dutch)
RIRamblin' Irishman
RIRandomly Interleaved
RIRèglement Immédiat (cash settlement of French shares)
RIRefractory Index
RIRepulsion Induction
RIMember of the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia
RIReporting Identifier
RIReactor Incident
RIRhythmic Initiation (PNF technique)
RIRestricted Issue
RIRepair and Iterate (part of Generate-and-Repair Machine Translation)
RIRemedial Inspection
RIUS Revenue Potato Tax (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RIReportable Increment
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As the research instrument was adopted so the validity and reliability was originally calculated by Ustuner (2006).
US-based scientific research instrument company Bruker Corp.
More specifically he neoterically proposes the mapping sentence as a stand-along research instrument, a project management and research presentation tool.
It is based on and structured according to the Hutter-Hennink qualitative research cycle model, which consists of a "research design cycle" addressing the research question, literature and theory, the conceptual framework, and the field work approach; an "ethnographic cycle" addressing the design research instrument, recruitment of participants, collection of data, and inference making; and an "analytic cycle," devoted to the development of theory, development codes, description and comparison, and categorization and conceptualization.
According to Thomson Financial News, Roche remains interested in acquiring other research instrument companies.
An exception is the Fennema-Sherman Mathematics Attitude Scales (1976), which was developed over 30 years ago and has become a popular research instrument. It purports to have nine scales, but subsequent research raised questions about validity, reliability (Suinn and Edwards, 1982), and integrity of its scores (O'Neal, Ernest, McLean, & Templeton, 1988).
Buzasi (University of California at Berkeley) realized that WIRE's star tracker, designed to point the observatory, was itself a useful research instrument. Fed by a 2-inch f/1.8 telescope, the star tracker's CCD detector can take low-resolution images 10 times per second with remarkable photometric accuracy, measuring the brightness of stars to within 0.001 magnitude.
She describes how socialization affects the behaviors associates with substance abuse and largely regulates the change process, the empirical research now available on motivation for treatment and the effects of social relations, the approach of her study and the means by which she measures social relations and motivation variables, implications of her study findings, She provides selected items for her health services research instrument.
It still is a research instrument, too complex in operation, and requires too long a testing time to be practical for control operations.
In order to recognize these teachers' specific beliefs in a more systematic way, a research instrument, The Questionnaire of Primary School Pre-service English Teachers' Teaching Beliefs was developed.
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