Difference: Multilog ( vs. 1)

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Multilog is a filesystem structure representing a shared document where all participants in the sharing write their own log of updates to the documents and read updates to the document from all others. It is efficient as it lets participants read and write the document while being disconnected from the network, maintaining local replicas of all the logs that are synchronized in a best-effort way.

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