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Like, you have several mythologies that define the term differently. The Gnostics, for example, have their idea of the demiurge, and this is separate from the Hindu conception of such. Brahma is the demiurge in classical Hinduism, and demiurge realization through that system entails realizing that you are Brahma. I'm not speaking of "Brahman" which is not a demiurge but a totally different thing depending on which school of Hinduism you're looking at.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-29131-0 The Polynomial Volume Law of Complex Networks in the Context of Local and Global Optimization - Franz-Benjamin Mocnik

The exploration of how local and global organization principles and their mechanisms relate allows for advancements in the understanding of geographical, brain, social, and other complex networks, and it may decipher some of the principles that guide the emergence of such networks. As an example of such advancements, algorithms can be optimized to take advantage of the fact that many networks expose a polynomial volume law at least heuristically. Dijkstra’s algorithm37, used for graph traversal, does not take advantage of the embedding of a network in Euclidean space. This is in contrast to the A* algorithm38, which takes, as an extension of Dijkstra’s algorithm, advantage of such an embedding when choosing the Euclidean distance as heuristic cost function. It is subject to further investigations to examine how such improvements can be made for other algorithms. As soon as the polynomial volume law is met in a network, it exposes some notion of locality, similar to a network embedded in Euclidean space. This allows network-related algorithms to take advantage of locality, at least heuristically, and thus to be improved in terms of efficiency.

Edward Booth - Aristotelian Aporetic Ontology in Islamic and Christian Thinkers

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