The definition of a graph

This morning’s amazing fact, passed on by the n-category cafe. Please look away now if you don’t have the appropriate security clearance or are not from the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.

The definition of a graph

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3 Responses to The definition of a graph

  1. anonymous says:

    (U) means that bit of the document is unclassified. So the definition of graph is not classified here, and is specifically marked as not classified, the classifications at the top and bottom apply to the entire document.

  2. Jon Awbrey says:

    From Her Majesty’s Secret Server —

    Bond Graph, James Bond Graph …

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