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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The important point is to set aside homogeneity and promptly accept heterogeneity, dispose of the old mindset, and start building the new one.
It is, however, unrealistic to attain complete homogeneity across all the Members States.
Such a definition enables quantitative evaluation of SAR distribution homogeneity over the heated area.
To the extent that different groups might have thought this proposition favors special interest projects, it is interesting to explore whether there are differential homogeneity effects across groups.
Hypothesis 1, that the mean NAICS homogeneity is greater than the mean SICS homogeneity, is tested using two measures of a firm's business operations.
The actual homogeneity of ready-for-use RAP added in producing HMA mixture depends on all factors grouped and presented in Table 1, the actual parameters whereof are of a stochastic nature and may substantially vary.
Functional [PHI] is shift invariant (2) with ordinate homogeneity property constant (5), and is not sensitive to the first harmonic of the function f.
The main issue of interest in the current study is what relationship, if any, exists between cultural homogeneity and happiness for nations of the world.
Chronological homogeneity in the temporal differential between the OED textual prototypes
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.
They are salutary counterpoints to the homogeneity, predictability, and control that the rest of the built environment imposes upon us.