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In my last article, I shared my code for searching a path in a graph using breath first search. BFS works well if the graph is not weighted. By the way, if the weight is 1 (or any other constant) for …

Figure 1: Schematic representation of a human brain network. Each black circle represents one of 90 brain areas. The red links indicate the connection strengths. The left (right) semicircle correspond…

WHAT IS A NETWORK? A network (or graph) G is a collection of nodes (or vertices) V connected by links (or edges) E. The network is denoted by G=(V,E) Example of a network with 8 vertices (of which on…

1. Overview 1.1 Terms NamesDescriptions Storage EngineNebulaGraph's smallest physical storage unit, currently supports RocksDB and HBase, this document is only for RocksDB. PartitionNebulaGrap…

This is the start of a series of Applied Graph Theory articles that will stretch for 4 months and will cover in-depth Methods for the development of applications of Graph Theory. Please subscribe to f…

During my second-grade bachelor's year (2011-2012) we were told that we should start bothering to find a scientific advisor, since (winter) third grade is coming. That was exactly the year when my fut…

I love learning about computer science, lately I’ve been studying about graph theory, I even took an online course about this topic, I try to understand every concept even if it takes me longer, and I…

This week, I published Denise Gosnell's #DevJourney story on my eponym Podcast: Software developer's Journey. Among many other things, here are my main personal takeaways: Denise pronounced the word …