Topology or Topography?

Subject: Topology or Topography?
From: Dave Swenson <Dave_Swenson -at- TRENDMICRO -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 09:54:19 -0700

What's the difference between Topology and Topography when describing
networks setups? The on-line tech dictionary says Topology, as do many
people here. HotBot, on the other hand seems to indicate a real-world
preference for Topography. As for me, I think of -ology as the study of
topo, i.e., surface characteristics and -graphy as drawings (writings)
thereof. But which is correct? Thanks,


David Swenson
Technical Writer
Trend Micro, Inc.
Tel: (408) 863-6342
Email: david_swenson -at- trendmicro -dot- com
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