|May9-10, 01:16 PM||#1|
Where can I learn more about webs?
I have always been interested in webs because their ability to model complex systems. I was recently thinking about how a web could be used to model words, ideas, even languages. I want to learn more about webs, maybe even how I could apply them myself, but I'm not sure where to look. I did a few simple Google searches, but all I found were articles relating to the internet and web geometry, which, while interesting, are not what I'm looking for. Since I do not know anyone I could ask, I thought someone here might have an idea. I posted this in General Math because I'm not sure what this would fall under.
|May11-10, 09:13 PM||#2|
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