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Hello

Iam working on a project that has little documentation but code is structured very well .While going thru code i came across the word insulation layer quite often.After googling i found that it is a way of separating client from implementation so that both can vary independently and this is nothing bbut Bridge design pattern.But most of articles while explaining the bridge design pattern uses the word Beyond encapsulation, to insulation.What does that mean?

Is there any thing called Insulation layer?IS it some kind architecture?
 
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