BreadcrumbProtocols

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A breadcrumbs protocol is a convention by which information is left to allow another to follow. When the information provider follows the convention on the breadcrumbs to leave, and an information seeker follows the convention on what links to follow, then the seeker will be able to solve certain sorts of problem. (source: TimBL)

Examples include: