A novel measurement system is 'granular' in the sense that it is measuring millions of unique entities (figuratively speaking: grains of sand) and keeps track of data on a per-entity basis. The system provides information-rich and specific data measurements, which I initially described as 'granular', because the measurements unexpectedly yielded very detailed measurements that enable new analytical capabilities. The concern is that the thesaurus indicates that many synonyms for granular have negative connotations that I would not want to be used to describe the system. Synonyms:
Is there a concise word to describe the measurement system, that communicates the measurements are high fidelity, information rich, innovative, and very specific?
The intent is to use the word as a label in a patent application to convey that measurement data reflects measurements of millions of unique entities (much like grains of sand) and that each atomic measurement is for specific entity (grain of sand).
Any questions or suggestions to clarify / sharpen this postings are welcomed and appreciated. Patience is appreciated.