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You're probably more familiar with another name for these data types: conflict-free replicated data types (CRDTs). Simply put, CRDTs are data structures which capture some aspect of causality, along with providing interfaces for safely operating over the value and correctly merging state with diverged and concurrently edited structures.
Readings in conflict-free replicated data types 
Added 3 months ago by Francis Tseng
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Readings in conflict-free replicated data types 
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You're probably more familiar with another name for these data types: conflict-free replicated data types (CRDTs). Simply put, CRDTs are data structures which capture some aspect of causality, along with providing interfaces for safely operating over the value and correctly merging state with diverged and concurrently edited structures.
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