granularity


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  • noun

Synonyms for granularity

the quality of being composed of relatively large particles

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Experimentations with heuristic functions included the granularity of the function, the amount of heuristic error and the type of heuristic function (optimistic, pessimistic and uniform).
This problem can be avoided by verifying the granularity of all data and never just accepting default values.
The protection granularity is of either 64-Kbytes (sector granularity) or 4-Kbytes (subsector granularity inside sector 0 and sector 31).
Such models attempt to capture the detailed behavior in individual nodes to ensure that significant effects from protocols and protocol interactions will not be overlooked by the coarser granularity used to construct more abstract models.
The project team found that the two most important configuration issues it needed to grapple with were the file plan's granularity level and the ability -- or inability -- to implement an open repository.
Bob Heilman, President of O'Neil and Associates stated, "Accurate product support information that is delivered on time, at the right granularity, and in the right way, paves the way for quantum leaps in the entire product support process through repurposing of data, platform integration, and business process interoperability.
When a data stream is sent to the ProtecTIER platform, the HyperFactor commonality factoring algorithm scans all the data in the stream and uses the memory-resident index to filter out the identical items at a very fine level of granularity.
It helps clients measure, analyze, predict and optimize net operating profits at any level of granularity, including products, vendors, customers and even individual transactions, to maximize shareholder value.
The technology introduces an additional level of granularity to the partitioning capability built into the ES7000 hardware design.
Mendocino Software today announced "dual-mode" continuous data protection support built into its InfiniView[TM] optimized enterprise application recovery, administration and maintenance product, offering end users a flexible solution that can be configured to provide them with optimal recovery granularity when it is most important ("true CDP") while saving on storage capacity when less recovery granularity is acceptable ("near CDP").
procedure allotted in three lots Lot 1: Fudge # 1 Class B and Class 2 medium granularity based 4 Class A Class 1 granularity average delivered in bulk.
How much granularity do you require in your restores?
Natural Engineer for Refactoring is an add-on tool for Natural Engineer that allows users of Software AG's Natural application development software to more easily create Web services at the optimal level of granularity to be used in a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
This risk is partly mitigated by obligor diversity credit, built on a degree of pool granularity coupled with a purely sequential method of pay-down at the back-end of the deal - neither of which typically characterises European CMBS.
To improve operational visibility all planning documents have time fields added down to a new level of granularity with a work start time and work stop time for each day.