Predicting Web Page Status

@article{Pant2010PredictingWP,
  title={Predicting Web Page Status},
  author={Gautam Pant and Padmini Srinivasan},
  journal={Information Systems Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={345-364}
}
The World Wide Web has become a key intermediary between producers and consumers of information. Web’s linkage structure has been exploited by contemporary search engines to decrease the search cost for consumers while usually also rewarding the producers of higher status Web pages. In addition to influencing visibility and accessibility, in-links, as marks of recognition, accord status to a Web page. In this paper we show how Web page status may be predicted at least in part by page location… CONTINUE READING
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