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Jan. 13, 2022, 8:17 p.m. | /u/git_world

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Following is a snippet from the Amazon Dynamo whitepaper:

"A typical example of a collapse operation is “merging” different versions of a customer’s shopping cart. Using this reconciliation mechanism, an “add to cart” operation is never lost. However, deleted items can resurface."

Although I kind of gets the basic idea of vector clocks, I do not get how the "deleted items can resurface" part. Can someone please throw an example?

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