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What is the difference between granular and non-granular leukocytes?

The difference is that granular leukocytes have granules in their cytoplasm while non-granular do not. Also granular leukocytes, such as neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophil (MORE)

Data granularity in a data warehouse?

Granularity refers to the level of detail of the data stored fact tables in a data warehouse. High granularity refers to data that is at or near the transaction level. Data th (MORE)

What is data granularity in a data warehouse?

Granularity refers to the level of detail or summarization in theunits of in the data warehouse (Inmon, WH 2002). For example, oneof the dimension might be a date/time dimensi (MORE)

What is a granular noise?

It is a cause of error in Delta Modulation. When the original signal is nearly constant the output will vary due to long step size and appears to be varying. or If the origin (MORE)
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What is granular disintegration?

of a rock become loosened.Grains fall out to leave a pitted, uneven  surface.Granular disintegration may be a result of freeze-thaw,  hydro-fracturing, thermal expansion or (MORE)