• WordNet 3.6
    • v homogenise cause to become equal or homogeneous as by mixing "homogenize the main ingredients"
    • v homogenise become homogeneous or similar, as by mixing "The two liquids homogenized in the blender"
    • v homogenise break up the fat globules of "homogenized milk"
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In science:

Allaire G., Homogenisation et Convergence a deux echelles, application a un probleme de convectiondiffusion, C. R.
Existence and homogenization of the Rayleigh-B\'enard problem
Even though it is certainly to early to design the final DAQ sys tem it is instrumental to exchange ideas, homogenise concepts across sub-detector boundaries and thus prepare the ground for an integrated concept for the ILC detector.
Data Acquisition in the EUDET Project
Efforts have started to investigate if the concepts for these DAQ systems can be homogenised despite the partially diverging requirements on the R&D issues to be addressed by the different detectors.
Data Acquisition in the EUDET Project
Evans, Periodic homogenisation of certain fully nonlinear partial differential equations.
A metric analysis of critical Hamilton--Jacobi equations in the stationary ergodic setting
Tartar, H-measures, a new approach for studying homogenisation, oscil lation and concentration effects in PDEs, Proc.
On a variant of Tartar's first commutation lemma