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Langville and Meyer : Deeper Inside

@inproceedings{Langville2003LangvilleAM,
  title={Langville and Meyer : Deeper Inside},
  author={Amy Nicole Langville and Carl Dean Meyer},
  year={2003}
}
This paper serves as a companion or extension to the “Inside PageRank” paper by Bianchini et al. [Bianchini et al. 03]. It is a comprehensive survey of all issues associated with PageRank, covering the basic PageRank model, available and recommended solution methods, storage issues, existence, uniqueness, and convergence properties, possible alterations to the basic model, suggested alternatives to the traditional solution methods, sensitivity and conditioning, and finally the updating problem… 

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