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A lightweight protocol in computer networking is a communication protocol that is characterized by a relatively small overhead (caused e.g. by bulky metadata) in transmitted on top of the functional data:
- Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
- Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol
- Lightweight Presentation Protocol
- Internet Content Adaptation Protocol
- Skinny Call Control Protocol
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