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A proposal stating that the peer review process for a scientific manuscript should be separated conceptually from its publication in a peer-reviewed journal, to decrease costs associated with publishing manuscripts in highly-specialized, low-volume journals
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A Notification Broker is an intermediary that decouples the publishers of notification messages from the consumers of those messages; among other things, this allows publication of messages from entities that are not themselves Web service providers.
Disaggregation of computing resources: The BladeFrame completely decouples processing from storage to create stateless computing resources.
Sourcecom's DSLAM-Plus decouples XDSL modem equipment at the Central Office from the networking functions while retaining the cost benefits of an integrated system.