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Logistic Regression Approach to Predicting Truck Driver Turnover

S. Scott Nadler, John F. Kros
2014 International Journal of Applied Logistics  
The resulting logistic regression model, based on four factors, accounts for eighty eight percent of the variance and accurately predicts which drivers or driver classes are most at risk of turning over  ...  The purpose of this study is to identify those constructs that lead to driver turnover.  ...  The research hypotheses were tested using logistic regression.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijal.2014010102 fatcat:ilroqgi6sbgpxibxti52ijw2iu

Optimal Deliveries in a Vendor Managed Inventory Service

Chiara Bersani, Roberto Sacile
2014 International Journal of Applied Logistics  
VMI service which can be useful on their own to enhance the decision making strategies of a logistic company.  ...  Results are shown on a fictional network as well as on a real logistics system represented by a central depot and by a network of petrol service stations, giving evidence to some peculiar aspects of the  ...  The authors compare the performances of the distribution system applying the DDS and the PSS strategies. The cost trade-off in each strategy depends on shipment size.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijal.2014010101 fatcat:eejkvlr5nzfs5bgjcd2g65euya

Improving the Plan of a Manufacturing Network with Non-Integrated Business Units

Atour Taghipour
2014 International Journal of Applied Logistics  
of other members of the supply chains.  ...  Planning based on minimum level of information sharing could increase the complexity of supply chain management and the complexity is ever higher when number of independent members in a supply network  ...  The DOI: 10.4018/ijal.2014040101 first level is information integration, when some essential information is shared between partners.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijal.2014040101 fatcat:c4ypku57irdfjgqb5gzeyxrj4a

Efficient and Reliable Transportation of Consignments (ERTOC)

Javed Akhtar, John Bailey, David Weatherby, Siraj Ahmed Shaikh, David Ireland, Daniel Payne, Luke Antins, Dave Barker
2012 International Journal of Applied Logistics  
The paper presents the underlying architecture of the proposed system, which serves to integrate (diverse and third party) resources, involving collection of data, storage and provision of it for further  ...  This paper describes a new initiative to drive business improvement and sustainability throughout the supply chain from factory to point of sale.  ...  International Journal of Applied Logistics, 3(2), 40-52, April-June 2012Copyright © 2012, IGI Global.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jal.2012040104 fatcat:teg75yl2ufgdjnlifb3ktcqfda

Determining value of logistics costs in projects: empirical findings based-on executing several cement projects in Indonesia

Effnu Subiyanto, Yohanes Totok Suyoto
2020 Heliyon  
This research is not discussing logistics costs relating to human resources, human travelling, and internal logistics conducted by vendors or contractors as the scope included counted within their procurement  ...  This research tries to shed light on precise values of logistics costs that so far undisclosed.  ...  From Figure 4 , the international logistics route did not in detail explain as the routes are fixed and certain.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e04352 pmid:32695900 pmcid:PMC7364032 fatcat:eb5sgt6l6bcwpmmqmeteidbg2u

Accomplishing authentic writing tasks: Ventures into academic publication by Ecuadorian EFL teachers

Agnes Orosz, Marcela Carrasco, Daniela Jaramillo, Erzsébet Békés
2019 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics  
Their reasons for not having done so included lack of self-confidence that they could produce publishable material, lack of English proficiency, lack of academic writing skills and lack of time.  ...  Our survey of 65 Ecuadorian English teachers showed that 92% of teachers had never published.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to acknowledge the logistical and moral support that we received from the Catholic University of Cuenca, Ecuador that organized the original training course.  ... 
doi:10.17509/ijal.v8i3.15278 fatcat:gd7ka2wekbcp3pkkgir7kervke

CEFR-aligned school-based assessment in the Malaysian primary ESL classroom

Gurnam Kaur Sidhu, Sarjit Kaur, Lee Jia Chi
2018 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics  
It witnessed a shift from the traditional stance of assessment of learning to assessment for learning that emphasizes both peer and self-assessment as necessary components for the development of autonomous  ...  Therefore, the main aim of this study was to investigate the implementation of the CEFR-aligned SBA in the primary ESL classroom.  ...  English in Malaysia is a necessity for the business, entertainment, information technology, and science sectors of the economy and is the international language of the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.17509/ijal.v8i2.13311 fatcat:agqrb3rfvrbz7forkdcopchaye

A Methodological Review of Machine Learning in Applied Linguistics

Zhiqing Lin
2020 English Language Teaching  
The traditional linear regression in applied linguistics (AL) suffers from the drawbacks arising from the strict assumptions namely: linearity, and normality, etc.  ...  However, there is no previous review on the applications of machine learning (ML) in AL, the introduction of interpretable ML, and related practical software.  ...  International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 30(2), 214-231. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijal.12275 Deshors, S. C., & Gries, S. T. (2016).  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v14n1p74 fatcat:dpmzhifl2barfmx7isvfejzreq

Eliciting teachers' understanding and their reported practices on school-based formative assessment: Methodological challenges

Zuwati Hasim, Shi Di, Roger Barnard
2018 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics  
The present article reports some of the findings of a case study in which ten Malaysian primary school teachers of English were interviewed to identify the extent of their understanding of formative assessment  ...  In recent years, a body of research has been built investigating various aspects of SBA in Malaysia, but there has been a dearth of studies exploring what practising teachers believe and do regarding implementing  ...  (FRGS -FP030 2013B) that has allowed us to carry out this case study as part of the bigger research and produce this article as one of the research output.  ... 
doi:10.17509/ijal.v8i1.11476 fatcat:jlvr4lyhnfdhhcmphpfm7zm4hu

Correlates to Middle Marking in Dena'ina Iterative Verbs

Andrea L. Berez
2010 International Journal of American Linguistics  
[Keywords: Dena'ina, iterative verbs, middle voice, transitivity] 1 We wish to thank Anthony Aristar, Gary Holton, Ljiljana Progovac, Martha Ratliff, Siri Tuttle, and two anonymous IJAL reviewers for their  ...  thus supports the assumption of a semantically unified class of middle verbs.  ...  Coarse-grained exploration: binary logistic regression.  ... 
doi:10.1086/652757 fatcat:smy37sgbbzgctjyl2er5htbhdu

Differential item functioning on two tests of EFL proficiency

Katherine E. Ryan, Lyle F. Bachman
1992 Language Testing  
This paper has attempted to briefly introduce and explain the basic issues of DIF in simple terms and provide the reader with a fairly comprehensive review of the recent validation works done by researchers  ...  Therefore, the study has highlighted the strong and weak points of the investigations been ran on the subject as well as that of the test development, validation, administration, scoring and interpretation  ...  Moreover, there are some tests for internal or are of equal ability save for one.  ... 
doi:10.1177/026553229200900103 fatcat:cqzgmqlfondgjhc7a74jxoqwge

QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES

Dr. P.S. Aithal, M. Dr. Suresh Kumar P.
2019 Zenodo  
The Proceedings Book of Two Days National Conference  ...  Is it Feasible to Implement Green logistics in Emerging Markets? International journal of applied Logistics (IJAL), 4(1), 4-13. DOI: 10. 4018/jal. 2013010101. [12] .  ...  International Journal of Applied Engineering and Management Letters (IJAEML), 1(2), 74-98.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3361421 fatcat:7smu5xgp5nhafkdzjb7t2c6anq

Medium of instruction in Asia: context, processes and outcomes [chapter]

2015 Language Planning for Medium of Instruction in Asia  
His research focuses on the policy and practice of TESOL education in developing societies. He has published his work in a number of language and education journals.  ...  The chapters provide an informed understanding of the context, process, actors, goals and outcomes of medium of instruction policies from a language policy and planning perspective.  ...  International Journal of Applied Linguistics. doi:10.1111/ijal.12006 Aguilar, M., & Rodríguez, R. (2012). Lecturer and student perceptions on CLIL at a Spanish university.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315779560-6 fatcat:pn5onggdgrdttnaulp2jfubey4

What American Zoologists have done for Evolution

Edward S. Morse
1887 Scientific American  
THE WORK OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF GEOLOGISTS.* By G. K . Gn,BER'l'. fication of eruptive rocks.  ...  the classification of terranes and the unifica-logists, and affect only the verbal and graphic tech tion of map colors.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican08201887-9699bsupp fatcat:7lrgdxxlbncergfs4jraz5sgcm

Theory of Endogenous Institutions and Evidence from an In-depth Field Study in Indonesia

Iwan Jaya Azis, Maria Monica Wihardja
2015 Economics and Finance in Indonesia  
Applying a Computable General Equilibrium-Microsimulation approach and the endogenous poverty line, this study found that the volatility of world rice prices during 2007 to 2010 had a large effect on the  ...  This study aims at measuring the impact of world price volatility and import tariffs on rice on poverty in Indonesia.  ...  Acknowledgement of Referees for Vol.58 No.1-No.3, 2010 Editors and Managing Editors wouid iike to express our appreciation for our foiiowing independent peer reviewers at their contributions: Padang Wicaksono  ... 
doi:10.7454/efi.v58i3.53 fatcat:vml4rafsb5ftrosonhwsxfqu4m
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