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Implied sharing refers to a member in a hierarchy that has only one child.  Since the value of the parent, by default will be the same value as the child, Essbase optimizes itself by making the member an implied shared member.  The parent essentially becomes a pointer to the child and the parent member  is no longer a stored member.  This is particularly useful for dense dimensions, where it can help keep the block size down.
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