homothetic transformation

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homothetic transformation

[¦häm·ə‚thed·ik ‚tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(mathematics)
A transformation that leaves the origin of coordinates fixed and multiplies the distance between any two points by the same fixed constant. Also known as transformation of similitude.
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A fractal is a geometric object with internal homothetic, which it repeats his shape in its same form on different scales.
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In 0 every variable in one group is completely uncorrelated with every variable in the other group(s), and in 1 the two groups are completely homothetic (Borcard, Guillet & Legendre, 2011; Pages, 2015).
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In the following, we consider scaled microgeometries deduced from the reference microgeometry (presented in Figure 5) by a homothetic factor [S.sub.c] in the vertical direction and also in the horizontal direction (Figure 6).
In particular, if [rho] is constant then V is called homothetic and if [rho] = 0 then V is called isometric as well as killing vector field.
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