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Knowledge Graph

A model, displayed as a network of nodes and links, that makes it easy for humans and computers to understand concepts and their relationships.

Added Perspectives
Now that we’ve covered the origins of knowledge graphs, it’s time to dig into their basic attributes. Essentially, a knowledge graph maps the relationships between objects (data) and provides information that helps humans and machines understand what the data actually means. A knowledge graph is data plus metadata (or semantic information) linked in a graph.
So you have a knowledge graph that is mapping the relationships between different components of a system, maybe it's a telecom network in the example you had. Then you are also incorporating a digital twin which I think is effectively the web agent. (Transcribed)
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