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granular

[′gran·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Having a grainy texture.
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You can granularly adjust notification settings to get updates (or not) via email, text, desktop, or phone badging.
144) The projected dynamics alluded to in this study must be explored more granularly in future research, which ought to pay closer attention to design and method concerns.
Whether we see the development of copyright's infringement standard as a lessening of the similarity standard or an increasing willingness to define works granularly, the point is that much smaller bits of similarity are enough to trigger liability.
This way into a surveillance program holistically, systemically, and granularly is a crucial step to any form of meaningful legal or political accountability.
Companies serving up dynamic banner ads, though, already had the technology to granularly target content to browsers.
The pub- lisher holds the ability to granularly understand its users, their habits and behav- iour, and offer custom packages.
With the ability to capture more information through automation, contact centers are able to granularly route callers to specific agent skillsets, provide detailed context about a caller's intents, and identify and authenticate callers.
With a myriad of policies and thresholds at their fingertips, administrators can granularly regulate traffic and block suspicious activity.
Thus, it would appear that controlling the molybdenum grain size, rather than adding spinel particles, is a more effective means of controlling ductility of molybdenum when fracture occurs inter granularly.
Ontrack PowerControls for SQL gives DBAs the ability to granularly restore SQL tables in seconds, not hours, without having to restore the entire database or use SQL to read the backups.
Looking at things granularly, of America's 35 largest cities, 28 have Democratic mayors.
can see high-level dashboards about plant operations, plant managers can monitor the process with an hourly-view, and plant-floor supervisors can drill down even more granularly.