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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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The good news is that emotional granularity is a skill, and many people can increase theirs by learning new emotion concepts.
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.
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.
Services of too coarse a granularity are unlikely to be reused by developers in other applications," said Ron Schmelzer, senior analyst with ZapThink LLC.
However the target pool is of lower granularity than most cash flow CDOs.
Scott Duggal, analyst at DerivativeFitch, explains: 'The VECTOR model used to rate this transaction upfront has been tailored to evaluate diversity by property type, region and granularity, identified as the key factors in pool-wide correlation for a transaction of this type.
If the WAN speed cannot keep up with the CDP data load, Asigra CDP dynamically and automatically adjusts the RPO granularity based on the available WAN capacity.
As the granularity increases with multiple listings and the risk and reward is directly associated with specific emerging technologies, the perceived risk with NewMarket's overall business will respectively be mitigated.
The innovative finance ability mitigates risk for the shareholders by increasing the granularity of that risk.
Named pools enable customers to easily create computing pools or failover pools of specific types of assets within the PAN based on business and application requirements - providing greater choice, flexibility and granularity to maximize the efficient use of computing resources.