Grain size


  • Grain Size or granularity is the amount of computation and manipulation involved in a software process.
  • The simplest way TO FOUND GRAIN SIZE IS to count the number of instructions in a given program segment.
  • Grain size decides the basic program segment chosen for parallel processing.
  • Grain sizes are usually explained as fine, medium or coarse, depending on the processing levels involved.  

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