Definition of heterogeneity
: the quality or state of consisting of dissimilar or diverse elements : the quality or state of being heterogeneous cultural heterogeneity
Examples of heterogeneity in a Sentence
the cultural heterogeneity of its residents is a point of pride for the city
Recent Examples of heterogeneity from the Web
Research papers estimate the prevalence is anywhere from 0.5 to 6 percent thanks to the wide variation in how it's defined and the heterogeneity in study designs.
HERROD: The future, as the past has always been, is heterogeneity.
Lastly, Republicans should establish themselves as the party of heterogeneity, opposed to one-size-fits-all morality.
We are supposed to be against the imposition of values set by Washington and instead should embrace our heterogeneity as a people.
No other human disease is known to possess this degree of genetic heterogeneity.
A seeming heterogeneity that conceals a fundamental homogeneity (traceable back, ultimately, to the nature of digital sound and its structuration protocols.)
Before 1914, the Habsburg lands had been characterized by high levels of ethnic heterogeneity.
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