Constructions from Dots and Lines

  title={Constructions from Dots and Lines},
  author={Marko A. Rodriguez and Peter Neubauer},
Marko A. Rodriguez is graph systems architect at AT&T Interactive. He can be reached at marko<at> Peter Neubauer is chief operating officer of Neo Technology. He can be reached at peter.neubauer<at> A graph is a data structure composed of dots (i.e., vertices) and lines (i.e., edges). The dots and lines of a graph can be organized into intricate arrangements. A graph’s ability to denote objects and their relationships to one another allows for a surprisingly… CONTINUE READING
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