Computational Graph

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A computational graph[1] is a graph in which vertices represent units of computation. While still a nascent research field, computational graphs appear in a wide variety of fields such as data flow,[2] machine learning,[3][4] and audio signal processing.[5] Abstract syntax trees and control flow graphs can be thought of as special cases of computational graphs.

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