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The protocol is said to support strong consistency if:
- All accesses are seen by all parallel processes (or nodes, processors, etc.) in the same order (sequentially)
Therefore, only one consistent state can be observed, as opposed to weak consistency, where different parallel processes (or nodes, etc.) can perceive variables in different states.
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