homogeneous network

homogeneous network

[¦hō·mə¦jē·nē·əs ′net‚wərk]
(computer science)
A computer network consisting of fairly similar computers from a single manufacturer.
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This network is based on an independent homogeneous network equipment park.
max] is common for all nodes in a homogeneous network.
Considering from complex network's topology structure side, the nodes of this model have same the node degrees and clustering coefficient, which is Homogeneous network [9].
In a homogeneous network, actors' business contacts provide similar information about the product, supply markets, technology, and changes in the external environment.
The NNE~2016 is a multifaceted strategy which includes moving toward a more homogeneous network architecture, a more agile decision making process that provides for unity of command, a consistent computer network defense and information assurance architecture, and an enterprise approach to provisioning, which will reduce the costs of operation.
Recently, several groups have reported on the syntheses of crosslinked polymers with homogeneous network microstructure by ATRP and other controlled/living radical polymerization methods (14-21).
The DR-link lets the user connect onlyone main recording unit at a central site for the recording of severalAlcatel-Lucent OmniPCXs anywhere in a homogeneous network, regardless of thephysical location.
Management of a homogeneous network is not as much a problem as management of a heterogeneous network based on multivendor systems and different technologies.
The network comprises approximately 380 locations in a homogeneous network environment of Cisco, with the appropriate switches, routers, wireless components and the associated management tools this manufacturer.
Hughes' latest satellite terminal platform results in a more uniform and homogeneous network, yielding significant savings in cost of space segment compared to networks using the older DVB-S standard.
But this example shows how even a rather homogeneous network of moderate size can benefit from a hybrid design.