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.
Modally fine-grained objects are empirically indistinguishable from any other modally fine-grained objects they coincide with and from any nonmodal object they coincide with, so there's no empirical reason to think we inhabit a world of modally fine-grained objects rather than a world of nonmodal objects.
The grain-supported and matrix-supported categories have been further classified into fine-grained (detrital quartz grains dominantly <0.25 millimetres; Figures 1A, 1C and 1D) and medium-grained (detrital quartz grains dominantly 0.25-0.5 millimetres; Figures IB and 1E) (Doelman et al.
For semi-quantitative analysis, the peak areas from basal reflections of minerals were estimated using MacDiff software (Petschick, 2000) and afterwards weighted by empirically estimated factors determined by Huertos and de los Monteros (1974) in Gomes (1988) for the fine-grained fraction and those used by Rocha (1993), Oliveira et al.
They cover alternate approaches to fine-grained intensionality and intensions as primitives, introduce a higher-order, fine-grained intensional logic, property theory with Curry typing, number theory and cardinality, anaphora and ellipsis, underspecified interpretations, expressive power and formal strength.