Quantum Front

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
quantum front
Applies tosystem functions
CoinerFrost System

A Quantum Front is a kind of cofront where is is difficult or impossible to determine who is in front normally, but certain circumstances may temporarily reveal a certain, specific fronter, only for the clarity to recede back into uncertainty when the circumstance passes.

Examples of events which may trigger momentary clarity can include forms of communication which specify who the fronter is, such as proxying, or sometimes normal speech in instances where fronters have differing voices.