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  • n. Plural form of granularity.


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  • These granularities are real and they need to be dealt with in better balance by the City of Los Angeles, or at least the ordinance needs to make provisions for them to be properly treated as part of implementation.

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  • Years ago, when Facebook started putting in privacy settings, they realized that people wanted more granularities.

    CNN Transcript Nov 23, 2009

  • View aggregate ASP.NET monitoring metrics at both web app and web page granularities

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  • Although this will create some reporting efficiencies on the advertisers 'side, it will also eliminate certain granularities that we gain through separate engine reporting.

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  • Support for OpenCL byte addressable stores allowing more natural and efficient code for applications, such as image processing, that depend on the ability to update data at smaller than 32-bit granularities.

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  • Thus, a software-based solution is very attractive both because it can be low-cost and because it can provide user-friendly granularities of energy-consumption measures.

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  • The most innovative thing about it is that it enables the two groups to work both together and independently by enabling them to work at different granularities while providing effective rollup between them.

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  • Auto-ID Lab St. Gallen/ETH Zurich developed a data volume simulation tool; it can estimate the emerging data patterns for different tagging granularities, depending on supply-chain parameters. NEWS RSS Feed

  • Comparative analysis of dnd genes at a variety of granularities, such as the single gene, gene cluster, genomic island or genome-scale level, will greatly aid investigations into the evolution of dnd gene clusters and the mechanisms that brought about their widespread dissemination across diverse and distant bacterial species.

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  • "We need to really comb through those data and get the granularities and understand exactly who is suffering and which (age) group has disease more severe than others."

    Toronto Sun


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