Non-Switching System

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non-switching system (n.)
Other formsnon-switching (adj.)
Applies tosystems, system functions
Originin circulation

A non-switching system is a system that does not experience switches or "full" switches. This could include no changes at all to the front (including cofront and cocon), no full exchange of members, or anything in between or beyond that makes a system feel that they don't (fully) switch.

This may be due to one headmate being permanently frontstuck, all but one system member being insiders, the presence of a prism or one member being the front.

Within a non-switching system, only one member may interact with the outerworld, members may be proxied, may blend or layer over the fronter, or may exert passive influence on the fronter.

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Examples of non-switching systems may include: