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date: 21 October 2019

transparency 

Source:
A Dictionary of the Internet
Author(s):
Darrel InceDarrel Ince

The property that makes the user of a network unaware of the fact that they are interacting with a network. The truly transparent system gives the impression to the user that they are interacting with a single computer. An example of transparency occurs when a system consists of data which is replicated over a number of ... ...

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