Thanks for reply, dsheroh.
I have never dreamed of such solution. I am going to try this.
I sometimes forget to describe what I am currently doing...
I am drawing wordnet graph on HTML. Currently, it is tree of 8 depth, around 2-3000 to 15000 synsets. I am so nervous for loading time because it is CGI.
Before I introduce SVG or GraphViz, I wanted to figure out 8 depth, 15000 synsets could be fetched, drawn smooth or not. I see my results, sadly, it is somewhat slow.
Now I was thinking of PathENum table of Joe Celko.
Thanks for your kind reply.
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