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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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The problems of feedstock homogeneity will be well recognised by plastic moulders," commented Mark Barton, MD of Barton Fabrications.
A vast structure like the Huge-LCG could violate the assumed homogeneity of the universe because it is such an outlier when compared to other structures in space.
Although laudable, this does create some boundaries for what is realistically attainable in terms of homogeneity.
First, the paper cannot explain which specific factors drive the links between homogeneity and voting patterns, whether n might be preferences, collective action, or aversion to mixing (or a combination of these factors).
Tests are t-tests of accounting policy homogeneity measures.
All the laser line generator lenses produced by Leading-Tech Laser are handcrafted and each lens must be individually checked for homogeneity of the intensity.
Stochastic simulation of the influence of variation of mineral materials grading and dose weight on the homogeneity of hot-mix asphalt, Construction and Building Materials 22(9): 2007-2014.
For shift invariant functionals it is the abscissa homogeneity property
With Disney Hall's vaunted clarity undiminished, there is homogeneity to the massed sound, something hitherto unheard in the space.
Fluitec CSE-XR unit mixes and cools PS foam to 230 to 248 F, producing insulation and construction sheet with high homogeneity and uniformity.
This cross-country study investigates what influence, if any, different measures of homogeneity have on happiness.
Three manifestations of the diachronic homogeneity of the OED textual prototypes of verbs and deverbatives are considered: same year attestation and the scope of relative chronological homogeneity in the distribution of the age differential of pairs of textual prototypes; flexible chronological homogeneity in common-root paradigmatic prototypical and complementary expansion as well as the contribution of same year attestations to the problem of constituents' placement in the strings of diachronic common-category synonyms and their comparison.