> I would like to point out that feedback implosion actually can be
> seen as an implosion event. All the feedback traffic generated are
> concentrated at the target for the feedback. Thus causing an
> implosion of the feedback target under the "weight" of all the
> But, seriously "Feedback Implosion" is an established expression
> within computer science. Thus although it may not be all correct we
> shouldn't change it. I would recommend that you google "Feedback
> Implosion" all the hits on the first page are related to computer
> science, at least for me.
=> hum, it seems the incorrect use of the term implosion is well
established. IMHO it should be like the use of the incorrect term
encrypted, so should be handled the same way: to fix it is the right
way in French, in English it is pedantic so in general should not be
fixed (and this is a real example for RFCs).