If you've watched any of my previous videos, you might already be familiar with something called trees. Trees are a data structure that are non-linear, which means that they don't follow any order or sequence. But it turns out trees are a subset of another data structure. That data structure is something called a graph.
In order to truly know why we use graphs and what they are, we’ll need to go deep down to the very roots of something that stems from discrete mathematics: graph theory.
The topics are based on concepts introduced in this previous post:
I hope you enjoy! Feel free to continue the discussion in the comments.