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homogeneity

(hoh-mŏ-jĕ-nee -ă-tee) Uniformity in space. A medium or process that is not homogeneous is called inhomogeneous. See cosmological principle; isotropy.

homogeneity

[‚hō·mə·jə′nē·əd·ē]
(physics)
Quality of a substance whose properties are independent of position.
(statistics)
Equality of the distribution functions of several populations.
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In this paper, five testing specimens for simulator of thermomechanical cycles with different shapes are analysed using FEM simulation to evaluate and compare the homogenity of temperature fields in their active parts and stability by applied clamping force.
Normality and Levene tests were first used to test data from normality of distribution of frequency and homogenity of variance.
50 (Hydrolyzed milk protein) Phase C Preservative qs Perfume qs PROCEDURE: Disperse the Structure XL in water and stir until complete homogenity.
Comparing modernities; pluralism versus homogenity, essays in homage to Shmuel N.
05) was used to test for the homogenity of variances, and years were regarded as random effects.
Now this being, if it is not living, knowing and having power but whose efficacy (ta'thiruhu) is due rather to emanation (fayd) and nature (tabi ah), then the same problem of homogenity is again entailed; but if it is living, knowing and having power, then that is the point.
Endochorion differs from the exochorion in the degree of homogenity of the rounded bodies and the density of its structure.