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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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This approach is highly inefficient and time consuming as it requires configuration across multiple network elements and does not offer fine-grained control of network resources.
This subfacies is fine-grained to very fine- grained and bioclasts enriched (ranges from 2 to 5 mm in size).
Moore first complains about this price by talking of how "busy" the fine-grained approach makes us: "[T]he sticky wicket is to say that these are seven different particular acts that we do at the very same time.
NASDAQ:JAVA) today announced the completion of its identity management portfolio update with the availability of a new, fine-grained entitlement enforcement engine, as part of OpenSSO Express 9, for both enterprise and extranet deployments and a next-generation directory proxy server, as part of Sun OpenDS(TM) Standard Edition 2.
Also, many large lakes are surrounded by fine-grained soils.
By enabling organizations to gain better understanding and control of their directories, and to track and control activity in real-time, by individual user, Applied Identity is paving the way for increased functionality across the extended enterprise -- secured by fine-grained, identity-driven solutions.
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While the Colorado River has been consistently sweeping downstream the few fine-grained sediments that are brought in by its tributaries, researchers have discovered a different trend for large rocks and boulders.
SAN FRANCISCO -- TippingPoint, the leader in intrusion prevention, today announced the availability of its fine-grained network access control (NAC) solution.
The ancient creatures were entombed in fine-grained mud deposited on the seafloor about 565 million years ago, says Guy M.
Re-architected to better conserve memory and resources while improving overall performance, scalability, and reliability, JBoss Clustering now supports both fine-grained and buddy replication.