homogeneous environment

homogeneous environment

Hardware and system software from one vendor; for example, an all-IBM or all-Windows shop. Contrast with heterogeneous environment.
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Foundation of nodes in exactly the same, so it ensures a sufficiently homogeneous environment.
Studies have shown that diversity promotes hard work, creativity, and consideration of more alternatives than would be the case in a more homogeneous environment.
All the member servers using this technique are suitable for homogeneous environment with same processing capabilities.
The researchers found that after 12 weeks, 7percent of eggs in the homogeneous environment were the dark-coloured eggs produced by sexual reproduction, instead of the opaque eggs produced when the organisms reproduce asexually.
Finally, with Ethernet as the interconnect fabric, the possibility emerges of creating a homogeneous environment where input/output, MPI, storage and management communications all operate across the same Ethernet infrastructure.
These solutions also need to be independent of the type of storage subsystems, application servers and operating system platforms rather than work only in a homogeneous environment.
A child growing up in such a homogeneous environment is less likely to develop a sense of empathy for people from other walks of life and is ill prepared to live in a diverse society.
Their simulations used simple equations interrelating the population size of different species and the abundance of various resources in a homogeneous environment.
My experience as an erstwhile audio consultant has shown that such offsets occur with frustrating regularity by resonant acoustic waves in an otherwise homogeneous environment.
In a homogeneous environment we think of a global variable as having the same value on each process, but of course this may not be true of floating-point values in a heterogeneous environment.
In this case, the significance of across-environment correlations rests simply on the determination of the degree to which traits measured in a homogeneous environment have the same genetic basis when measured in the more variable environment.
Generally, integration is easier in a homogeneous environment.

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