Approximating PageRank from In-Degree

@inproceedings{Fortunato2006ApproximatingPF,
  title={Approximating PageRank from In-Degree},
  author={Santo Fortunato and Mari{\'a}n Bogu{\~n}{\'a} and Alessandro Flammini and Filippo Menczer},
  booktitle={WAW},
  year={2006}
}
PageRank is a key element in the success of search engines, allowing to rank the most important hits in the top screen of results. One key aspect that distinguishes PageRank from other prestige measures such as in-degree is its global nature. From the information provider perspective, this makes it difficult or impossible to predict how their pages will be ranked. Consequently a market has emerged for the optimization of search engine results. Here we study the accuracy with which PageRank can… CONTINUE READING
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