PageRank


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PageRank

The name of Google's page ranking system. See page ranking, backlink and Google.
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A perfect honeypot is the one that performs the same manner or as close as possible to the production webserver for easy camouflage, most vulnerable to be more attractive to the attackers, and with a high PageRank for more visibility.
For example, in terms of the spreading influence, the NCCDH outperforms the DDH, PageRank, Degree and k-shell by 3.
PR(Ti) is the PageRank of pages Ti which link to page A,
Pagerank has since evolved to take into account much more complicated factors.
PageRank calculates relevance according to the number of in-links and the relevance of the entities from which those in-links came from.
Se emplearon cuatro medidas de la centralidad: el grado de centralidad de Freeman, el grado ponderado, PageRank y la centralidad de vector propio o Eigenvector centrality) (0 [less than or equal to] pi [less than or equal to] 1).
This mode of finding information died completely in 1998, when Google introduced its search engine and the first PageRank algorithm, which put the best result at the top of the list.
En la presente metrica, se mide la disponibilidad de enlaces externos del sitio web de la empresa a traves de PageRank o el rango de la pagina.
Steidl and others [17] used centricity, PageRank, and node degrees to determine the core classes in software system and confirmed that the results found agree well with the results of practical experience developers.
To identify important or "central" individuals in family social networks, we employ the centrality measurement called PageRank (Brin & Page, 1998).
Assim, de acordo com Gonzalez-Pereira, Guerrero-Bote e Moya-Anegon (2010), por meio de um mecanismo recursivo, journals considerados importantes serao aqueles que recebem mais citacoes de outros journals considerados importantes, de maneira semelhante ao algoritmo PageRank (Page, Brin, Motwani, & Winograd, 1998) desenvolvido pelos fundadores do Google.