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granularity

An informatics term for the size of a data unit in relation to the pool of data. Structuring "privileges" in electronic systems are said to be highly granular when each of many roles can differ in their capacity to act on electronic records.
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In contrast, the weight gain of coarse grain size gradually increased due to oxide growth during expose to working temperature.
Large supplies of feed wheat as well as non-grain alternatives including Dried Distiller Grains (DDG), a by-product of maize-based ethanol manufacturing, are also considered important factors bearing down on feed usage of coarse grains in 2009/10, the FAO said.
coarse grains and co-products in Taiwan by engaging with the country's poultry sector.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Heated filtered coarse grain dry High Silica Sand for locomotives as per IRS specification IS 1987-2002 Grade aBa?
Intersperse Manager provides whole-system visibility and real-time control over SOA environments by managing and monitoring coarse grain business processes and webservices as well as fine grain objects and components that compose them.
60 mInsulation of water pipes including aluminum coarse grain jacket DN 15 to DN 50ca.
Lot 290: insulation; : - 100 m from cold insulation synthetic rubber covering of plastic film on pipes; : - 50 m from cold insulation synthetic rubber shell with aluminum foil to coarse-grain pipelines; : - 1,000 m cold insulation from synthetic rubber to pipelines; : - 130 m mineral wool insulation with aluminum coating coarse grain film on pipes; : - 200 m mineral wool insulation with sheathing of plastic film on pipes; : - 3.
The Cereal Price Index, representing wheat, rice and the main coarse grains including maize, increased 2.
Consideration is given to price elasticity, eating changes such as a shift away from coarse grains to fine grains, increased meat consumption, and away-from-food consumption.
The FAO lifted its estimate of rice production but cut its forecast for coarse grains output and slightly lowered its estimate of global grains stocks at the end of the 2012/13 season to 497.
For agricultural production, it would mean a near- normal production of rice but shortfall in production of coarse grains and short duration pulse crops.