‘Connecting the nodes’ in the knowledge graph: Renormalization

One of the things that excites me about learning is the process of creating connections between different things. I believe, this is also the process of learning that is persistent throughout our lives, and in my opinion it can be as powerful as the process of learning in our childhood.

I therefore decided to start writing down notions that I read and which connect to notions I had read before. It’s funny how this can also be converted into a ‘computational’ network, and observe how clusters are formed between its nodes. The difference is that here I will not be connecting words between them, but rather presenting the same word, with the same conceptual meaning, used in different sub-domains in physics. Maybe the most appropriate measure here is when the network would ‘break down’. That is, when the meaning between different uses will change completely.

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