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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 is called the granularity of the heuristic function.
h] random numbers in the interval [0,1] and the values are mapped into granular classes to obtain the desired granularity.
The performance of the maximax algorithm was estimated by observing how the degree of pathology is influenced by three factors: the branching factor b, the granularity g, and the similarity s.
In the first experiment we observed how the quality of the search is influenced by the branching factor and the granularity in independent trees.
Using the 2-D grid, we can determine the number of congested nodes (y) in our model at any time granularity T, and then record y as a time-series representing the system state for any number of sample intervals t.
Figures 8(a)-(c) illustrate that increasing the time granularity for the same network size leads to a reduced appearance of 1/f-like noise.
8, the collective effect appears to strengthen as system size increases, but to diminish as time granularity increases.
The innovative finance ability mitigates risk for the shareholders by increasing the granularity of that risk.
In time, NewMarket China will publicly list its various emerging technology development lifecycles, further increasing the overall investment granularity for both NewMarket China and NewMarket Technology.
New generation SONET improves the granularity, but STS-l or VT-1.
Further, granularity in terms of retail segmentation as well as retailer tiers within each retail segment is incorporated.