What are the rules for arranging nodes in a network?

A network topology can be arranged into any shape with respect to the following rules:

  • A node is one of an area node, edge node or instance node.
  • Each node can only be the child of one parent node at most.
  • An instance node can only be the child of an edge node.
  • An edge node can only be the child of an area node.
  • An area node can only be the child of another area node.

 

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