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Of the same kind; alike,
  1. Of the same kind; alike
    • - timbermen prefer to deal with homogeneous woods
  2. Consisting of parts all of the same kind
    • - culturally speaking the farmers constitute an extremely homogeneous group
  3. Containing terms all of the same degree

  1. all of the same or similar kind or nature; "a close-knit homogeneous group"
  2. (homogeneously) all similarly; "the students at this college are homogeneously middle-class"
  3. (homogeneousness) homogeneity: the quality of being similar or comparable in kind or nature; "there is a remarkable homogeneity between the two companies"
  4. Homogeneity and heterogeneity are concepts relating to the uniformity or lack thereof in a substance. A material that is homogeneous is uniform in composition or character; one that is heterogeneous lacks uniformity in one of these qualities.
  5. In the context of a large cardinal property, a subset, S, of D is homogeneous for a function f means that for some natural number n, Dn is the domain of f and for some element r of the range of f, every member of Sn is mapped to r. That is, f is constant on the n-tuples of elements of S.
  6. In statistics, homogeneity arises in describing the properties of a dataset, or several datasets, and relates to the validity of the often convenient assumption that the statistical properties of any one part of an overall dataset are the same as any other part. ...
  7. Of the same kind; alike, similar; Having the same composition throughout; of uniform make-up; in the same state of matter; Of which the properties of a smaller set apply to the whole; scalable
  8. (Homogeneity) From the Greek words homos, "the same," and genos, "kind." That which is of the same nature throughout, undifferentiated, non-compound, as gold is supposed to be.
  9. (homogeneity) Uniformity over space and time.
  10. (homogeneity) the extent to which group members share similar characteristics such as similar attitudes, values, and personalities. Homogeneity can enhance the cohesiveness of the group the perception of a shared identity. ...
  11. (Homogeneity (here: energetic homogeneity)) Uniformity of adsorbent surface with respect to adsorption energy. Mor properly: uniformity of adsorption system with respect to adsorption energy - it includes possiblity that a non-uniform surface may behave energetically homogeneously vs. ...
  12. (Homogeneity) A characteristic of a medium in which material properties are identical everywhere (see Lohman and others, 1972).
  13. (Homogeneity) A condition in which everything throughout the volume of something is the same.
  14. (Homogeneity) Giving all characters roughly equal importance to the plot, often by equating their power levels (in tactical gaming) or seeing that they have similar backgrounds and comparable knowledge.
  15. (Homogeneity) In systematic reviews homogeneity refers to the degree to which the results of studies included in a review are similar. "Clinical homogeneity" means that, in trials included in a review, the participants, interventions and outcome measures are similar or comparable. ...
  16. (Homogeneity) Sanyam (control of Indriyaan) is the homogeneity. This is the state before creation, when there exists nothing except a homogenous mass or Brahm alone.
  17. (Homogeneity) The degree to which objects/people are similar with respect to some attribute.
  18. (Homogeneity) The opposite of heterogeneity. Coincidence in lifestyle, culture, language… Its is a trait of spatial concentrations of poverty and deprivation (large scale social housing and shanty towns).
  19. (Homogeneity) e.g. when all computers in a network run the same OS, if you can hack that OS, you can break into any computer running it.
  20. (Homogeneity) uniformity; in fishes it refers to a lack of variation among a group, for instance the fry from a strain of guppies.
  21. A differential equation is homogeneous if every single term contains the dependent variables or their derivatives.
  22. Similar throughout (referring to the snow pack).
  23. (adj.) Made up of identical components. A homogeneous architecture is one in which each element is of the same type; processor arrays and multicomputers are usually homogeneous. See also heterogeneous.
  24. everywhere uniform in appearance so that there is no preferred observing position.
  25. A soil mass with the same properties in all directions.