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What do the Neighbours Think? Computing Web Page Reputations

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What do the Neighbours Think? Computing Web Page Reputations
The textual content of the Web enriched with the hyperlink structure surrounding it can be a useful source of information for querying and searching. This paper presents a search process where the input is the URL of a page, and the output is a ranked set of topics on which the page has a reputation. For example, if the input is www.gamelan.com, then a possible output is "Java." We describe a simple formulation of the notion of reputation of a page on a topic, and report some experiences in the use of this formulation.
Alberto O. Mendelzon, Davood Rafiei
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where DEBU
Authors Alberto O. Mendelzon, Davood Rafiei
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