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Whitespace

A slang term for an unexploited opportunity. That is, whitespace is a potential source of profit, almost always associated with some level of risk.
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Type-2: Syntactically same fragments except for variations in identifiers, literals, types, whitespace, layout and comments.
Type-3: Copied fragments with modifications in fragments such as include, removed or changed the statements, in addition to variations in identifiers, literals, types, whitespace, layout and comments.
Several specific sessions detailed “Spectrum Sharing and Market Mechanisms,” “Dynamic Spectrum Access: Frameworks and Architectures,” “Interference and Co-existence,” “Spectrum Sharing and TV Whitespaces,” “Market Mechanisms and Auctions” and “LTE and Cellular.
Thanks to smart filtering, dbForge SQL Complete shows the most relevant object names and keywords in the list, taking into account typed symbols, camel case, a whitespace, or a square bracket.