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- n. The condition of being granular
- n. The extent to which something is granular
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being granular.
- n. In petrography, the magnitude of the grain of a rock: a factor in the texture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being composed of relatively large particles
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I hate the word granularity, but I would like some more of it, would be the diversification of your business, i.e., going outside of the government and the NGO world, what would be, let us say for instance, an optimal acquisition target because you do have the cash for it, you do have a stock that is trading well.
The appropriate word here is not "granularity" - the appropriate words are blood, fecklessness, and the absence of any common sense, including moral sense, in the Pentagon and, sadly, in the White
What would work, I think, is some kind of tagging structure and … i guess i’d call it granularity … voting … and algorithms that help determine truth.
The main thing is that Vogt has this 800 word granularity of structure but only a very ephemeral over-arching structure.
SOA veterans say that sizing services properly-also known as granularity-is as much art as science and that poor granularity can dramatically reduce the possibilities for reuse.
It turns out MSAA does not have the single-word granularity I'm looking for.
Access control lists alone are notoriously difficult to manage with any level of granularity, which is why most enterprises choose to deploy firewalls as the principle enforcement points on the network.
This is really a problem with "granularity" in the outsourcing process.
Even if they had, there is no provision for that kind of granularity in what the jury has the power to do.
They seem to have the right level of 'granularity' whether designing a larger program or a single episode.