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A "network" assumes the (potential) existence of multiple networked nodes that can all talk to each other. YourThe conditions you list are not sufficient.

USB is a hierarchical, host-device protocol stack with a single host and multiple devices which cannot talk to each other. All communication is controlled by the host. Hence it's not a network.

A "network" assumes the (potential) existence of multiple networked nodes that can all talk to each other. Your conditions are not sufficient.

USB is a hierarchical, host-device protocol stack with a single host and multiple devices which cannot talk to each other. All communication is controlled by the host. Hence it's not a network.

A "network" assumes the (potential) existence of multiple networked nodes that can all talk to each other. The conditions you list are not sufficient.

USB is a hierarchical, host-device protocol stack with a single host and multiple devices which cannot talk to each other. All communication is controlled by the host. Hence it's not a network.

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A "network" assumes the (potential) existence of multiple networked nodes that can all talk to each other. Your conditions are not sufficient.

USB is a hierarchical, host-device protocol stack with a single host and multiple devices which cannot talk to each other. All communication is controlled by the host. Hence it's not a network.