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homogeneity

 [ho″mo-jĕ-ne´ĭ-te]
the state of being homogeneous.

homogeneity

The degree to which the results of two or more studies included in a review or meta-analysis are similar.

homogeneity

the state of being homogeneous.
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3 that exceeds the homogeneity scale of the R-W concordance cosmology.
On the one hand, we can talk about homogeneity in a broad sense, encompassing political, ideological, social and economic elements.
Regarding education, the models with group shares squared show strong homogeneity effects in the high-school dropout group.
The mean CONSOLIDATED industries' homogeneity measures are significantly lower than the non-INTACT industries' measures (the MCHOE t-stat = 3.
Functional T is shift invariant (2) with abscissa homogeneity property (4)
For higher outputs, the heat exchanger is used together with a tandem cooling extruder, raising the extruder's output and improving thermal homogeneity.
Many past studies have focused on ethnic and linguistic (or ethnolinguistic), religious, or economic homogeneity (See, e.
In this contribution, however, we try to focus on the opposite dimension of this process reflected in one-timeness or temporal homogeneity.
The performance, style, and homogeneity of the group of artists forming the corps of such companies as the Kirov Ballet, the Paris Opera Ballet, or The Royal Ballet set these exceptional ballet companies apart from many other very good ones.
The MPAA emerges from Dick's film as a system stacked against the maverick auteur, hostile to the creative process, and conducive to bland homogeneity.
No results can be found in the literature, however, on the homogeneity of film thickness and its relationship with molecular and rheological data although this is very important for many aspects of application.