heterogeneity


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the quality of being diverse and not comparable in kind

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In order to parse out the effect of worker tenure and employment heterogeneity on actual work performed, several control variables were included.
Hypothesis 1: Racial heterogeneity impedes efficiency improvements, which hampers economic growth.
Perhaps most importantly, the authors have used ctDNA analysis to explore the phenomenon of intratumoral heterogeneity in ovarian cancer.
This kind of misspecification error is one source of the unobserved heterogeneity problem, and another source could be errors in the recorded variables.
The aim of the paper is to delve into the relation between the assumption of heterogeneity and the introduction of a statistical notion of equilibrium that complements the general equilibrium of 'pure economic theory' that is determined by the balance of economic forces.
Acceptance of heterogeneity is one step in differentiating among family firms, and researchers seem to be ready to start tackling that theoretical task.
Current paper simulates data structures for weight at weaning in cattle, taking into consideration different situations of genetic heterogeneity and connectedness among cattle herds for the evaluation of steers, cows and progenies.
There was statistically significant heterogeneity in summary effects of treatment for total adverse events across all six studies (P = .
Circulating tumor cells cancer cells that are released and disseminated into the blood stream and lymphatic system by advanced cancers, are a promising tool to study tumor heterogeneity in patients, as they may be a very good representation of patients genomic variability.
In conclusion, we found that HUdiff was correlated with stone heterogeneity and inversely correlated with stone homogeneity, similar to SD of HU value.
Their view is guided by the following trade-off: Economies of scale and the provision of aggregate public goods call for more integration, while heterogeneity in values and culture create a cost for more integration.
Globalization: The Macroeconomic Implications of Microeconomic Heterogeneity
The current guidelines also address intratumoral heterogeneity using immunohistochemistry as a platform to identify and target heterogeneously staining "hot-spot" areas forFISH analysis.