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... concerns essentially the confirmatory factor analyses in the chapters of this volume. Figure 3.1 illustrates the interpolation scheme in the case of quartile computations. The calculation is based on two auxiliary assumptions: (1) that a scale point represents the midpoint of a surrounding interval and (2) that the responses are evenly distributed within each such interval. ...
... and conversations with people in need of care should an assistant robot be specially trained? What kind of conversations and activities should remain taboo for an assistant robot?" This was followed by the items Table 6.2 displays. For each such item, respondents were asked to choose between the three responses, the graphs of whose distributions Fig. 6.3 shows: An assistant robot should rather be trained for other tasks c An assistant robot should not be able to do this "An assistant robot should be specially trained for this" (bottom left  to top [1.0]) "An assistant robot should rather be trained for other tasks" (top  to bottom right [1.0]) and "An assistant robot should not ...