Question: What is Network ?


A network is a set of connected lines. The lines are called arcs. The points at which the lines meet are called nodes and the spaces formed are called regions. Networks have become an especially useful concept in analysing the interaction between biology and mathematics.

Using networks of all types, various applications based on the creativity of the mathematician along with their environment can be evaluated in all sorts of manners. Some may visualize networks in various contexts to feel the network which the nodes belong; creating an environment for the nodes to belong is essential to the mathematical evaluation and furthermore the mathemation belonging to the environment, just as the networks nodes. Use of many space models to create the complexity of the environment is useful when analysing networks.