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A Signal – definition in context of Real-Time Web


Definition of a Signal (in the context of the real-time web): A real-time pulse of information that is ideally strongly-typed with embedded semantics.

Many Signals can be aggregated to produce intelligence that, ultimately, a receiving Agent can act upon.

Just musing …

glenn

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