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Reduction Caches

A copy of a larger structure, with some data removed. This process is inherently lossy by definition, and never introduces new information to the reduction.

Example

pretty is a DAG reduction of the public section. It's a reduction index because it contains precisely the same files and paths, but with extra detail removed. This is held directly in the DAG to facilitate human readable URLs.