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Homogeneous

Exhibiting a high degree of homogeneity.

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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It was useful as it provided the initial guidance to formulate homogeneous regions.
Usually, the standard deviation of the noise in an image is estimated by considering the homogeneous regions of the image.
Because it is much easier to produce a homogeneous cylinder, the discovery could prompt further development of nanoantennas, wherein invisible structural elements could help reduce disturbances.
In this case, students with such learning styles being grouped together to form a homogeneous group might exhibit better online collaborative learning performance than students with other learning styles.
Any effort to homogeneous culture is not good for our country.
To identify the homogeneous groups, physiographic characteristics of each selected station were calculated.
We divide a polyhedron into many segments and apply linear homogeneous transformation in each segment to get homogeneous constitutive parameters.
So then, in generating a specific cell type--die main application of pluripotent stem cells--I think that there is an advantage to having a homogeneous culture to start with.
Revenue Maximizing Excise Tax Policy with Homogeneous Consumers
ERIC Descriptors: Classroom Techniques; Homogeneous Grouping; Kindergarten; Literacy Education; Ability; Grouping (Instructional Purposes); Behavior Problems; Behavior Modification; Teaching Experience
Recently [1], an expression for the scalar potential exterior to a homogeneous oblate spheroidal body was derived.
We study a homogeneous Jacobi-Davidson variant for the polynomial eigenproblem