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CSUR
1999
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13 years 2 months ago
Hubs, authorities, and communities
The Web can be naturally modeled as a directed graph, consisting of a set of abstract nodes (the pages) joined by directional edges (the hyperlinks). Hyperlinks encode a considerab...
Jon M. Kleinberg
CSCW
2012
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
Social coding in GitHub: transparency and collaboration in an open software repository
Social applications on the web let users track and follow the activities of a large number of others regardless of location or affiliation. There is a potential for this transpare...
Laura A. Dabbish, H. Colleen Stuart, Jason Tsay, J...
ICDM
2003
IEEE
118views Data Mining» more  ICDM 2003»
13 years 7 months ago
Links Between Kleinberg's Hubs and Authorities, Correspondence Analysis, and Markov Chains
In this work, we show that Kleinberg’s hubs and authorities model is closely related to both correspondence analysis, a well-known multivariate statistical technique, and a parti...
François Fouss, Marco Saerens, Jean-Michel ...
CORR
2012
Springer
195views Education» more  CORR 2012»
11 years 10 months ago
Ranking hubs and authorities using matrix functions
The notions of subgraph centrality and communicability, based on the exponential of the adjacency matrix of the underlying graph, have been effectively used in the analysis of und...
Michele Benzi, Ernesto Estrada, Christine Klymko
WWW
2001
ACM
14 years 3 months ago
Finding authorities and hubs from link structures on the World Wide Web
Recently, there have been a number of algorithms proposed for analyzing hypertext link structure so as to determine the best "authorities" for a given topic or query. Wh...
Allan Borodin, Gareth O. Roberts, Jeffrey S. Rosen...