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A computational graph 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, machine learning, and audio signal processing. Abstract syntax trees and control flow graphs can be thought of as special cases of computational graphs.
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