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Consisting of, or resembling, granules or grains; as, a granular substance. Grainy. Granular limestone, crystalline limestone, or marble, having a granular structure

This Whyn Dyke is bare at the cliffs ſeveral yards in height, and is near nine feet in width. It conſiſts of an inner part of a granular and ſomewhat porous texture.

composed of small grains or particles
{a} resembling grains, like seeds
{s} consisting of granules; grainy; coarse; resembling grain
The texture of groups or masses of minerals is said to be granular when distinct crystal faces are absent and the individual grains are about equal in length, breadth and height Grains of salt and sand are examples of granular minerals Granular texture is contrasted with crystalline texture
Fertilizer particles sized between an upper and lower limit or between two screen sizes, usually within the range of 1 to 4 mm and often more closely sized The desired size may be obtained by agglomerating smaller particles, crushing and screening larger particles, controlling size in crystallization processes, or prilling
having a granular structure like that of chondrites
Granular substances are composed of a lot of granules, or feel or look as if they are composed of a lot of granules. a granular fertiliser. consisting of granules
Consisting of or resembling, grains; as, a granular substance. Grainy. Granular limestone, crystalline limestone, or marble, having a granular structure
Containing or consisting of grains
composed of or covered with relatively large particles; "granular sugar"; "gritty sand"
A dry formulation consisting of discrete particles generally <10 cubic mm and designed to be applied without a liquid carrier
Consisting of, or resembling, grains; as, a granular substance
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granular configuration automation
A specialized area in the field of Configuration Management that focuses on the visibility and control of an IT Environment’s configuration and bill-of-material at the most granular level. IT managers can leverage this strategy to reach the next level of automation and efficiency for their Physical, Virtual or Cloud-based IT environments, and finally close the gap that is responsible for major stability incidents. The application of granular configuration automation empowers IT managers to operate based on complete knowledge of the IT environments that they manage. This knowledge is collected from the granular level of IT environment data, and is collected from any source
granular pearlite
if steel or iron cool very slowly the cementite may occur in globules instead of in layers
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The condition of being granular
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The extent to which something is granular
granularly
{a} in the manner of grains
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The complexity of an object; whether it consists of few or many discrete operations or data items
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The breaking down of information to a minimum size to present an idea clearly within the environment that is presented H
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The degree to which like elements in an HTML document have had individual styles applied to them through the use of distinguishing selectors
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The ratio between the amount of computation each processor does and the amount of interprocessor communication which takes place See fine-grained parallelism and course-grained parallelism
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The relative fineness or coarseness by which a mechanism can be adjusted
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Degree of parallelism in an architecture, from job execution level (coarse) to logic device level (fine) Ability to increase system capacity and performance through incremental processor expansion
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the level at which an item is described
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Describes the level of detail in a database A retail database that contains a separate detailed record down to the SKU level for every transaction would have high granularity
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An objective measurement which correlates with the subjective appearance of graininess This and similar objective measurements indicate the ability of a film to record an image in terms that are meaningful from the standpoint of the appearance and usefulness of the photograph Granularity is the value published in the film data sheet for Kodak aerial films, and it is given as the root-mean-square (rms) granularity value
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the quality of being composed of relatively large particles
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The level of detail at which an information object or resource is viewed or described
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The degree to which something is granular
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Fineness, or atomic density of data; e g , fine granularity might be duration in seconds, coarse granularity in days Fine granularity is high atomic density, coarse is low Detailed, operational data is fine; summary is coarse
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The relative fineness or coarseness by which a mechanism can be adjusted The phrase "the granularity of a single user" means the access control mechanism can be adjusted to include or exclude any single user
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the size of the smallest unit which can be independently locked A database may apply locks at the database level, the relation level, the tuple level, or on the value of a single attribute within a tuple
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The degree to which a system contains separate components Systems with greater granularity are more flexible
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A term often used in parallel processing to indicate independent processes that could be distributed to multiple CPUs Fine granularity is illustrated by execution of statements or small loop iterations as separate processes; coarse granularity involves subroutines or sets of subroutines as separate processes The more processes, the "finer" the granularity and the more overhead required to keep track of them Granularity can also be related to the temporal duration of a "task" at work It is not only the number of processes but also how much work each process does, relative to the time of synchronization, that determines the overhead and reduces speedup figures
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{i} being in the form of pellets; being in the form of grains
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(n ) The size of operations done by a process between communications events A fine grained process may perform only a few arithmetic operations between processing one message and the next, whereas a coarse grained process may perform millions See also computation-to-communication ratio
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Measure of the work done between synchronization points Fine-grained applications focus on execution at the instruction level of a program Such applications are load balanced but suffer from a low computation/communication ratio Coarse-grained applications focus on execution at the program level where multiple programs may be executed in parallel
granularity
Meeting jargon meaning detail
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non-uniformity of photosensitive film emulsion, causing light scatter
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a distribution has this characteristic if it has values occuring only at fixed intervals
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An image fill that gradually transitions from one color to another; commonly used in graphics editors
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Degree of summarization of data
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The size of the operations done by a process between communication events A ``fine-grained'' process may perform only a few arithmetic operations between processing one message and the next, while a ``coarse-grained'' process may perform millions [Wil93]
granularity
The relative fineness or coarseness by which a mechanism may be
granularly
In a granular form
granularly
in the form of granules, in the form of grains; coarsely, in a rough manner
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    /ˈgranyələr/ /ˈɡrænjəlɜr/

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    [ 'gran-y&-l&r ] (adjective.) 1794. granule +‎ -ar. Compare French granulaire.

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