A Workshop :Medical Applications of Graph Theory

The Faculty of Education – University of Kufa held a workshop on medical applications of graph theory.

The workshop aims at identifying the concept of a graph which represents mathematical structures used to module marital relationships between living creatures. It also included a lecture delivered by the researcher Zainab Naji Hamid, in which she showed that a graph consists of vertices or nodes connected by edges, as well as a distinguishing mechanism between directed and non-directed graphs. The researcher explained a figure for the work of the heart , muscles, and the graphic path that shows the movement of blood, the nervous sensation, and the motor response of the muscles.

She added ” it is possible to represent the physiological activities of human body and disease diagnosis depending on these graphs.

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