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 (ĭn-hō′mə-jə-nē′ĭ-tē, -nā′-, hŏm′ə-)
n. pl. in·ho·mo·ge·ne·i·ties
1. Lack of homogeneity.
2. Something that is not homogeneous or uniform.

in·ho′mo·ge′ne·ous (-jē′nē-əs, -jēn′yəs) adj.


(ɪnˌhoʊ mə dʒəˈni ɪ ti, -ˌhɒm ə-)

n., pl. -ties.
1. lack of homogeneity.
2. something that is not homogeneous.
in•ho`mo•ge′ne•ous (-ˈdʒi ni əs) adj.
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Noun1.inhomogeneity - the quality of being inhomogeneous
unregularity, irregularity - not characterized by a fixed principle or rate; at irregular intervals
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Structure is more even, consists of ferrite and pearlite, therefore it is possible to observe several microstructural inhomogeneities.
Besides delivering single-shot images in tens of milliseconds, xSPEN exhibits an unprecedented resilience to field inhomogeneities enabling it to access regions that have so far never been scanned by single-scan MRI.
They show that density instabilities are possible within the disk, which can eventually lead to strong disk inhomogeneities and further planet formation.
A level set method for image segmentation in the presence of intensity inhomogeneities with application to MRI," IEEE Trans.
These simulated brain images are of T1-weighted contrast with a 1mm slice thickness, 15% Rician noise, and no intensity inhomogeneities.
of small inhomogeneities from the scattered field or far-field pattern.
1765) are also searching for such patterns as they unlock the secrets of modeling the poorly observed inhomogeneities of the terrestrial system.
Therefore, we apply the canonical form of balance equations [25], where the inhomogeneities are treated in the most consistent way.
In poorly filled TSV structures, on the other hand, the transmission of guided waves through TSVs will be suppressed through scattering of the waves at the interfaces associated with inhomogeneities within the structure.
Owing to the sound scattering, large inhomogeneities (>10 [micro]m) can also be determined.
In particular, image segmentation may be considerably difficult for the images with intensity inhomogeneities because of the overlaps between the ranges of the intensities in the regions to be segmented.
Metamaterials are artificial materials that have unique properties due to the structure of inhomogeneities infused in them and which are not readily found in nature.