Facebook and Twitter were born in 18th century Europe

From humble origins, graph theory is shaping our world

Keith McNulty

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18th century Königsberg with its seven bridges highlighted

In the early 1700s, the good people of Königsberg in Prussia had a problem on their minds. There were seven bridges that crossed the river in that town, and the big question was: could a route be found that allowed someone to cross all seven bridges without crossing any one bridge…

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Keith McNulty

Pure and Applied Mathematician. LinkedIn Top Voice in Tech. Expert and Author in Data Science and Statistics. Find me on LinkedIn, Twitter or keithmcnulty.org