Does "authority" mean quality? predicting expert quality ratings of Web documents

@inproceedings{Amento2000DoesM,
  title={Does "authority" mean quality? predicting expert quality ratings of Web documents},
  author={Brian Amento and Loren G. Terveen and William C. Hill},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={2000}
}
For many topics, the World Wide Web contains hundreds or thousands of relevant documents of widely varying quality. Users face a daunting challenge in identifying a small subset of documents worthy of their attention. Link analysis algorithms have received much interest recently, in large part for their potential to identify high quality items. We report here on an experimental evaluation of this potential. We evaluated a number of link and content-based algorithms using a dataset of web… CONTINUE READING
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