homogeneous function



  • A function with the property that multiplying all arguments by a constant changes the value of the function by a monotonic function of that constant: F(lV)=g(l)F(V), where F(·) is the homogeneous function, V is a vector of arguments, l>0 is any constant, and g(·) is some strictly increasing positive function. Special cases include homogeneous of degree N and linearly homogeneous.