The Curious Case of Consistency – Part 2

Arggghh.. I broke my promise!! I should have finished this post earlier.. :(. huffff..  I was busy with school assignments and activities with Indonesian societies in Stockholm hehe.. maybe I should write on it as well humm… okay, now back to business 🙂

In the previous post, I wrote about several consistency types from Doug Terry‘s breakfast talk in my school. Now, it’s time to see their application in simple baseball game.

Simple Baseball Game

The baseball game itself will consist of several “entities” that are “interested” in the latest score of the game. The “entities” are represented as pseudocode, and the term “interested” can be interpreted as read or write depending on entity type. We will discuss what kind of consistency that is needed for each entity below

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