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NodeNetworks are an aggregator component that create a network (i.e. mathematical graph) topology in which its members are nodes. They consist of an array of these graph nodes with weighted directed connections. Each node in the array contains a Capsule instance, a node number, and properties (including PRIMOPs).

  • Property Example: myId returns the caller's node number.
  • PRIMOP Property Example: CONNECTIONS_IN() returns a list of Objects. Each Object in the list contains an id and weight of connection to the current node.