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uniformity

[‚yü·nə′fȯr·məd·ē]
(mathematics)
A family of subsets of the direct product of a topological space with itself that is used to derive a uniform topology for the space. Also known as uniform structure.

Uniformity

The state of being identical, homogeneous, or regular.
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The measurement accuracy of tire uniformity machines represents the variance in the numerical results of repeated measurements, namely the standard deviation.
Caption: Besides giving startlingly good ballistic uniformity, Enduron propellants usually match or exceed velocity of traditional propellants.
The uniformity coefficient of vertical distribution or depth of seed location calculated with using of sanapati and colleagues formula and karayel and Ozemerzi [6],
The formation of bubbles translates into loss of control of the web by generating creases and a drop in evenness, thus affecting the uniformity of the batt generated in crosslapping.
Uniformity is particularly important for high-speed sports such as baseball, softball, ice hockey, and tennis because transient adaptation can hinder visibility [IESNA 2001].
However, the power can be divided between the two heaters in such a way that very good temperature uniformity is created inside the sample volume (at the bottom 0.
Smaller spray widths required to achieve uniformity and hole penetration will diminish this flexibility and reduce the board width or board processing conveyor speed.
As well as providing CUI for electroplating, HNK Tech also has the technology to provide highly accurate uniformity for other plating methods including PVD, plasma, plastic and spray coatings but not titanium.
We strongly believe that this is the proper approach--using federal standards to establish uniformity in combating a very serious problem, but also relying on the expertise and strengths of state insurance regulators to enforce those standards," Symington said in a statement.
The Alliance for School Choice, based in Phoenix, is exploring various options, including a constitutional amendment to change the state's uniformity clause, which is the ground upon which the Florida Supreme Court struck down the state's voucher program in January.
At constant process parameters, flocs were flattened most in hard-nip calendering, which had a positive effect on smoothness, gloss, thickness uniformity, and ink hold out.
AHIP has responded by working through the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to promote uniformity in processes, such as the roles governing external review systems, rather than in regulation of products, Ignagni said.