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In Graph theory, a digraph with weighted edges is called a network. A graph with 6 vertices and 7 edges. ... This article just presents the basic definitions. ...


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Network (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (81 words)
In Graph theory, a network is a digraph with weighted edges.
These networks have become an especially useful concept in analyzing the interaction between biology and mathematics.
For a more formal mathematical description, see the article "Networking Opportunity" by Ian Stewart in Nature magazine, Volume 427, Issue 6975, 2004.
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