granularity

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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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Dolomites are mostly medium to fine grained and best preserve the original features, form in semi-arid regions on high intratidal to supratidal flats [10].
On the basis of very fine grained size of dolomite crystals and syndepositional sedimentary structures like herringbone cross bedding, trough cross bedding, hummocky cross stratification, we consider dolomite in the Jutana Formation to be primary in origin.
The identification of the psuedomorphosed mineral is difficult because that mineral has been completely replaced by fine grained muscovite (Fig.
Myrmekite at the boundary of K-feldspar resulted into fine grained quartz blebs and drops.
Growth of fibrolitic sillimanite is embedded in biotite quartz and fine grained muscovite (Fig.
Poikiloblastic garnet contains inclusions of quartz and fine grained biotite.
Well-developed penetrative crenulation cleavages are concentrated by fine grained biotite.
Equigranular crystals of K-feldspar are rimmed by muscovite and fine grained quartz.
The Main schistosity is defined by graphite fine grained muscovite and biotite (Fig.
The rock is fine grained and exclusively consists of quartz.