Monday, October 22, 2018

white space graphs

we often form graphs by addings edges to a collection of vertices, or vertices and edges - we can also form graphs by moving (rewiring) ends of edges from one node to another, or removing edges and nodes.

how about we form graphs by cutting holes in a piece of paper (or by dropping polygonal shapes on a surface)? they can overlap....

what sort of graphs do you get when you just make them out of interstial space?

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