Homogeneity


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Homogeneity

The degree to which items are similar.

Homogeneity

The state of being alike or similar. In investing, a portfolio may be homogeneous if its securities are largely in the same industry or type. For example, a portfolio consisting exclusively of stocks is said to be homogeneous.
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Now, if we look at the more narrow perception of homogeneity within the areas covered by the EEA Agreement, we should in principle expect a high degree of homogeneity.
Importantly, coefficient estimates on the racial homogeneity index maintain the same sign and very similar magnitudes; similarly, the results show the same nonlinear relationships between votes and population shares for different groups.
The revenue based homogeneity measures are calculated in a similar manner.
Functional [PHI] is shift invariant (2) with ordinate homogeneity property constant (5), and is not sensitive to the first harmonic of the function f.
Religious homogeneity presents an equally vexing concept, as the lines between certain divisions are unclear.
Apart from cases of absolute chronological homogeneity a proportion of age comparisons in a cross-categorial domain reveals relative chronological homogeneity.
Strain hardening should have a positive effect on the homogeneity of sample deformation as it becomes obvious from Fig.
The curators, Caroline Corbetta from Italy and Per Gunnar Tverbakk from Norway, wanted Momentum to address social conditions and question Nordic stereotypes (including cultural homogeneity and the welfare-state model).
That alone would have given us better metal homogeneity.
In order to determine whether the studies can reasonably be described as sharing a common effect size, the statistical test for homogeneity of effect sizes was conducted.
Social cohesion can be expected to arise out of longer average tenure, greater tenure homogeneity, and greater functional homogeneity of a firm's TMT, while core function experience and frequent interunit moves should indicate a greater company-wide knowledge base in a firm's TMT (Michel and Hambrick, 1992).