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Network theory

Network theory is a theory for analysing graphs that represent systems containing discrete objects, with lines between the objects denoting their interactions. Such graphs are commonly used in finance – for example, to understand financial flows and interconnectedness between central counterparties. Mathematical methods from graph theory can be used to analyse networks.

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