In a blog post on Tuesday, Google briefly announced a new open-source library called “Network-Opt” which focused on optimizing the handling of network topology. Google describes it as a C++ library that supports network topology optimization, incorporating sophisticated combinatorial search techniques, and algorithms that efficiently complete a range of examples in the telecommunications and electrical domains.
For example, Network-Opt helps users build so-called series-parallel networks. Or let the tool assist in generating circuits with up to six-digit accuracy, given 15 1 Ω resistors and a π Ω target resistor.
Interested friends can move to the GitHub homepage ( portal ) to learn more details about the Network-Opt open-source network optimization library.