This is a gentle introduction to graph theory. Graphs are data structires in which entities - called 'nodes' - are connected to other entitis via some sort of a link - called an 'edge'. In graph theory there are no limits on what can be connected, nor how they can be connected. Defining graphs in specific ways, however, creates the structures that underlie most of the modern web.
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