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This chapter covered the treatment of graphs, trees, and hierarchies. I presented iterative/recursive solutions for graphs, and also solutions where you materialize information describing a tree. The main advantage of the iterative/recursive solutions is that you don't need to materialize and maintain any additional attributes; rather, the graph manipulation is based on the stored edge attributes. The materialized path solution materializes an enumerated path, and possibly also the level for each node in the tree. The maintenance of the additional information is not very expensive, and you benefit from simple and fast set-based queries. The nested sets solution materializes left and right values representing set containment relationships, and possibly the level in the tree. This is the most elegant solution of the ones I presented, and also it allows simple and fast queries. However, maintaining the materialized information is very expensive, so typically this solution is practical for either static trees or small dynamic trees. In the last section, I presented solutions to transitive closure and shortest path problems. Because this chapter concludes the book, I feel I should also add some closing words. If you ask me what's the most important thing I hope you carry from this book, I'd say giving special attention to fundamentals. Do not underestimate or take them lightly. Spend time on identifying, focusing on, and perfecting fundamental key techniques. When faced with a tough problem, solutions will flow naturally. "Matters of great concern should be treated lightly." "Matters of small concern should be treated seriously." Hagakure, The Book of the Samurai by Yamamoto Tsunetomo The meaning of these sayings is not what appears on the surface. The book goes on to explain: "Among one's affairs there should not be more than two or three matters of what one could call great concern. If these are deliberated upon during ordinary times, they can be understood. Thinking about things previously and then handling them lightly when the time comes is what this is all about. To face an event and solve it lightly is difficult if you are not resolved beforehand, and there will always be uncertainty in hitting your mark. However, if the foundation is laid previously, you can think of the saying, 'Matters of great concern should be treated lightly,' as your own basis for action."
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Part V
Figure 3-10 You can make sound decisions on the Sounds tab of the Sound dialog box.
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