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We study a problem of quick detection of top-k Personalized PageRank (PPR) lists. This problem has a number of important applications such as finding local cuts in large graphs, estimation of similarity distance and person name disambiguation. We argue that two observations are important when finding top-k PPR lists. Firstly, it is crucial that we detect… (More)

We study a problem of quick detection of top-k Personalized PageRank lists. This problem has a number of important applications such as finding local cuts in large graphs, estimation of similarity distance and name disambiguation. In particular, we apply our results to construct efficient algorithms for the person name disambiguation problem. We argue that… (More)

A class of centrality measures called betweenness centralities reflects degree of participation of edges or nodes in communication between different parts of the network. The original shortest-path between-ness centrality is based on counting shortest paths which go through a node or an edge. One of shortcomings of the shortest-path betweenness centrality… (More)

We develop a generalized optimization framework for graph-based semi-supervised learning. The framework gives as particular cases the Standard Laplacian, Normalized Lapla-cian and PageRank based methods. We have also provided new probabilistic interpretation based on random walks and characterized the limiting behaviour of the methods. The random walk based… (More)

- Konstantin Avrachenkov, Nelly Litvak, Marina Sokol, Donald F. Towsley
- Internet Mathematics
- 2012

Our goal is to quickly find top k lists of nodes with the largest degrees in large complex networks. If the adjacency list of the network is known (not often the case in complex networks), a determin-istic algorithm to find the top k list of nodes with the largest degrees requires an average complexity of O(n), where n is the number of nodes in the network.… (More)

Semi-supervised learning methods constitute a category of machine learning methods which use labelled points together with unla-belled data to tune the classifier. The main idea of the semi-supervised methods is based on an assumption that the classification function should change smoothly over a similarity graph, which represents relations among data… (More)

- Konstantin Avrachenkov, Paulo Gonçalves, Arnaud Legout, Marina Sokol
- 2012 8th International Wireless Communications…
- 2012

P2P downloads still represent a large portion of today's Internet traffic. More than 100 million users operate BitTorrent and generate more than 30% of the total Internet traffic. Recently, a significant research effort has been done to develop tools for automatic classification of Internet traffic by application. The purpose of the present work is to… (More)

A role for endogenous histamine and histamine receptor subtypes in mediating the inhibition of eating induced by intragastric (i.g.) hypertonic NaCl was examined in adult male Sprague-Dawley rats surgically equipped with a chronic gastric catheter. The i.g. infusion of 2 mL 900 or 1,800 mOsm/kg of NaCl inhibited: 1) ingestion of pellets in rats eating after… (More)

Personalized PageRank is an algorithm to classify the improtance of web pages on a user-dependent basis. We introduce two generalizations of Personalized PageRank with node-dependent restart. The first generalization is based on the proportion of visits to nodes before the restart, whereas the second generalization is based on the probability of visited… (More)