diversity

  1. noticeable heterogeneity
  2. the condition or result of being variable

diversity

The use of multiple communication paths or channels to achieve efficiency and error protection. The main types of diversity used in mobile communications are - Antenna or spatial diversity: using multiple transmit and/or receive antennas to exploit multipath effects (typically in CDMA). Frequency diversity: transmitting on multiple frequencies as in spread spectrum techniques like CDMA and or frequency hopping as used in GSM. Time diversity: transmitting information at different times as in the spreading used in CDMA and interleaving as used in GSM. Diversity is especially effective in overcoming various types of interference. Spatial diversity overcomes multipath interference, frequency diversity overcomes single frequency interfering signals and time diversity overcomes short bursts of interference. ...

Diversity

When something has variety and differences within it. For example, the world is made up of many different cultures and peoples. It's the difference between these that gives us diversity.

Diversity

[dance troupe] Mitchell Craske Sam Craske Ike Ezekwugo Warren Russell Terry Smith | past_members = Ian McNaughton Jamie McNaughton Matthew McNaughton Ashton Russell | website = {URL|http://www.diversityofficial.com/} }} Diversity are an English street dance troupe formed in 2007 and based in London. They are best known for winning the third...
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Diversity

[business] The `business case for diversity` stem from the progression of the models of diversity within the workplace since the 1960s. The original model for diversity was situated around affirmative action drawing strength from the law and a need to comply with equal opportunity employment objectives. This compliance-based model gave rise...
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Diversity

[politics] The term describes differences in racial or ethnic classifications, age, gender, religion, philosophy, physical abilities, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, gender identity, intelligence, mental health, physical health, genetic attributes, behavior, attractiveness, or other identifying features. In measuring human div...
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diversity

Term used to describe numbers of taxa, or variation in morphology.
Found on http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/glossary/glossary_1.html

Diversity

a) the total number of species present; b) some index which incorporates both the number of species and the relative abundance of each.
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Diversity

A parameter describing, in combination, the species richness and evenness of a collection of species. Diversity is often used as a synonym for species richness
Found on http://life.bio.sunysb.edu/marinebio/glossary.def.html

diversity

[Noun] Having differences, or having variety.
Example: There is wide diversity of opinion on this matter.
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diversity

[n] - the condition or result of being changed
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Diversity

The 'unrelatednes' of a set of, for example, building blocks or members of a combinatorial library, as measured by their properties, such as atom connectivity, physical properties, computational measurements or bioactivity.
Found on http://www.combichemistry.com/glossary_d.html

Diversity

Diversity means being different to other people because of background, schooling, religion, sexuality etc. Diversity means a difference of opinion and a variety of opinions and thoughts.
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Diversity

see Species diversity.
Found on http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/Townsend/Glossary/GlossaryD.html

Diversity

Di·ver'si·ty noun ; plural Diversities . [ French diversité , Latin diversitas , from diversus . See Diverse .] 1. A state of difference; dissimilitude; unlikeness. « They will prove opposite; and not resting in a bare diversity , ri...
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diversity

<ecology> The number and variety of species present in an area and their spatial distribution. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Diversity

• (n.) Multiplicity of difference; multiformity; variety. • (n.) A state of difference; dissimilitude; unlikeness. • (n.) Variegation.
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Diversity

See Species Diversity.
Found on http://www.physicalgeography.net/physgeoglos/d.html

Diversity

see biodiversity.
Found on http://www.coml.org/edu/glossary/g1.htm

DIVERSITY

Having a wide range of variation, either genetically, in terms of species present,habitat type, or otherwise.
Found on http://www.neonaturalist.com/nature/nature_glossary.html

diversity

(L: diversitas) variety, number of species, functions, habitats, etc. It is an important measure of the health of a community. As more and more pressure is exerted on a community, an increasing number of species disappears. The community becomes less diverse and its functioning is affected. The place of the losers is taken by those who remain, and ...
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Diversity

The "unrelatednes" of a set of, for example, building blocks or members of a combinatorial library, as measured by their properties, such as atom connectivity, physical properties, computational measurements or bioactivity.
Found on http://www.combichemistry.com/glossary_d.html

diversity

The different types of organisms that occur in a community.
Found on http://www.emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/biobk/biobookglossd.html

Diversity

an assortment of species and or objects contained within a discussed environment.
Found on http://imnh.isu.edu/digitalatlas/bio/glsry.htm

Diversity

typically used in relation to species, a single index that incorporates the number of species and relative abundances of species (evenness). For example, a collection is said to have high diversity if it has many species and their abundances are relatively even. There are many types of diversity (Pielou 1977292; Wiens 1989a123)
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