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This module presents a subset of the mathematical topic known as graph theory. You then will be shown how you can put a knowledge of this area of mathematics to use in a concrete application: routing in computer and telephone networks.

The Network As A Graph

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How do we ensure that all nodes in a network will be able to communicate quickly and reliably?

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