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  2. Node (networking) - Wikipedia

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    A physical network node is an electronic device that is attached to a network, and is capable of creating, receiving, or transmitting information over a communication channel. [1] A passive distribution point such as a distribution frame or patch panel is consequently not a node. Contents 1 Computer networks 2 Telecommunications

  3. Network topology - Wikipedia

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    Network topology is the arrangement of the elements ( links, nodes, etc.) of a communication network. [1] [2] Network topology can be used to define or describe the arrangement of various types of telecommunication networks, including command and control radio networks, [3] industrial fieldbusses and computer networks .

  4. Network architecture - Wikipedia

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    Network architecture Network architecture is the design of a computer network. It framework for the specification of a network's physical components and their functional organization and configuration, its operational principles and procedures, as well as communication protocols used.

  5. Network socket - Wikipedia

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    A network socket is a software structure within a network node of a computer network that serves as an endpoint for sending and receiving data across the network. The structure and properties of a socket are defined by an application programming interface (API) for the networking architecture.

  6. Network formation - Wikipedia

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    Network formation hypotheses are tested by using either a dynamic model with an increasing network size or by making an agent-based model to determine which network structure is the equilibrium in a fixed-size network. Contents 1 Dynamic models 2 Agent-based models 3 Growing networks in agent-based setting 4 References 5 Further reading

  7. Network theory - Wikipedia

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    Network theory is the study of graphs as a representation of either symmetric relations or asymmetric relations between discrete objects. In computer science and network science, network theory is a part of graph theory: a network can be defined as a graph in which nodes and/or edges have attributes (e.g. names).

  8. Modularity (networks) - Wikipedia

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    Modularity is a measure of the structure of networks or graphs which measures the strength of division of a network into modules (also called groups, clusters or communities). Networks with high modularity have dense connections between the nodes within modules but sparse connections between nodes in different modules.