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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.
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Uniformity

The state of being identical, homogeneous, or regular.
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consistency

A uniform design or pattern. In the computer field, consistency is not generally a design criterion. While there is always a certain amount of backward compatibility, the tendency with professionals in this field is to create something new and different. Over the years, this has resulted in countless different file formats, menu hierarchies and user interfaces that drive people crazy. See NIH syndrome.
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