The "reverse domain notation" is a common way to generate unique identifiers that are based on Internet domain names. As the name suggests, an identifier expressed in reverse domain notation is the same as the actual Internet domain name, but expressed in reverse.

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An example of reverse domain notation:

Internet domain:
Reverse notation: com.eqela


Internet domain:
Reverse notation: com.eqela.research

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