A path is used to model the logical communication (or distribution) relations between nodes. It is realized by one or more communication networks (or distribution networks when modeling physical elements; see Chapter 11), which represent the physical communication (or distribution) links. The properties (e.g., bandwidth, latency) of a path are usually aggregated from these underlying networks.
A path connects two or more nodes. A path is realized by one or more networks. A path can aggregate nodes.
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