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Basic Network Architecture

When embarking on the mission of coding the world around us into computerized data, the first thing we need is, of course, a neural network. Just like the one we all carry around inside our skulls.

But how do we build such a structure on a computer, you might ask…

Well, first, we start with the graph. A graph is essentially a data structure made of nodes and connections in between them. like so:

Pretty simple, and straightforward.

This approach of describing data as entities and connections is gaining in popularity over the traditional data-table design mostly because it is more compatible with the way we, humans, encode data in our brains. Though, we use much more complex structures, as you’ll soon find out.