Preface

Oracle Spatial and Graph Topology Data Model and Network Data Model Graph Developer's Guide provides usage and reference information about the Topology Data Model and Network Data Model Graph features of Oracle Spatial and Graph, which is often referred to as just Spatial and Graph.

Audience

This guide is intended for those who need to work with data about nodes, edges, and faces in a topology or nodes, links, and paths in a network.

You are assumed to be familiar with the main spatial concepts, data types, and operations, as documented in Oracle Spatial and Graph Developer's Guide.

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