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The 'network geometry' approach in network science has in recent years had success in describing complex network topologies using simple geometric models. Previous work has focussed on using Riemannian spaces such as flat Euclidean space or curved Hyperbolic space to describe network structure. Here, the geometry of Lorentzian spacetime is used to model and describe the structure of a special class of networks, directed acyclic graphs. These networks share important features, such as causaldoi:10.25560/50162 fatcat:sfbn4fg7uzbdhce655nzoa66lq