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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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We see an increase in the average of 2.1 seconds in favor of the experimental group, while the coefficient of variability shows a group of average homogeneity for the experiment group and a homogeneous group for the control group.
The MASH procedure was developed by Szentimrey [16, 17] of the Hungarian Meteorological Service, which is one of the methods recommended by "COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) Action ES0601: Advances in homogenization methods of climate series: an integrated approach (HOME)" for testing the homogeneity of meteorological data series [18].
The distribution of the cracks with different homogeneity indexes under peak stress status is shown in Figure 8.
For a group of people of high homogeneity, it is easy to forecast their next actions.
From these masterbatches, flat specimens were injection-molded similar to those in the first test series, followed by digitization and homogeneity measurements.
The aim of this work was to explore melt temperature homogeneity across a range of extrusion conditions to provide an improved understanding of the individual and combined effects of various processing conditions (such as screw geometry, material, and process settings) on thermal homogeneity.
We considered both homogeneity (1:1:1 and 1:1:1:1) and heterogeneity (1:1:4 1:1:10 1:1:1:4 and 1:1:1:10) of the variances on type-I error rates.
The homogeneity index given in this paper considers all the responses.
There is a desire for homogeneity, but at the same time there is an understanding of the benefits of diversity.
For real clinical applications of the microwave thermotherapy in general a very high level of homogeneity of a 3D temperature distribution obtained by aid of the discussed phase array applicators is strongly required.
One-way clustering by using some objective function measures the degree of homogeneity between data instances.