Even after following/contributing to this thread, owning two Mallincams, several DSLR's, and now both the A7R and A7S I'm still not quite sure what Electronically Assisted (Astronomy)(EAA) observing is?
Not sure I can answer your question, but I can give you my view. I follow this forum for one reason. I like to observe DSO's. I believe that EAA enhances the ability to observe them in far greater detail than purely visual observation through the eyepiece. That means that near real time viewing is essential to defining what EAA is. The near real time observing can be direct to a monitor or through a computer where the image is controlled with software designed for continuous on the fly observing. Any imaging should only be captures of the image viewed in the observing session. Stacking should only be done in camera or on the fly as the image is viewed. Same with image control such as brightness, contrast and color correction. If image data is saved and post processed in any way with separate applications to produce improvements, then it's imaging.
I realize that the intent of the forum may go beyond what I believe, but this is what I believe EAA is all about.