The graph/network domain has been driven by the creativity of numerous individuals from disparate areas of the academic and the commercial sector. Examples of contributing academic disciplines include mathematics, physics, sociology, and computer science. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the domain, it is difficult for any single individual to objectively realize and speak about the space as a whole. Any presentation of the ideas is ultimately biased by the formal training and expertise of the individual. For this reason, I will simply present on the domain from my perspective---from my personal experiences. More specifically, from my perspective biased by cognitive and computer science.
This is an autobiographical lecture on my life (so far) with graphs/networks.