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Unformatted text preview: CS-103 Bruce Hoppe 1. I thought that the advanced search option for Usage Rights was very interesting because it allows users to search just for pages that allow users the right to use and share commercially, or for all types of licenses. 2. When I searched for a web page that has many incoming links, I thought about the sites I had visited previously that were well connected, such as Google, Woot!, or Yahoo. When searching for a web page with few incoming links, I chose to search for an event that would not have been publicized publicly, therefore limiting the amount of exposure over the World Wide Web. 3. The number of web pages linked to is directly related to the number of audience members I will be able to reach. This is because, if I link directly to Google, for instance, then my website will return in a search of web pages linking to Google. This will increase my audience, and my readership. However, for privacy reasons, I will not be linking out of my website. I do not wish for an audience (outside of my target audience) to come across my private contact information. 4. I am more concerned about the quality of my website over the size. I know that a website of my type will result in few pages, but I need to show future employers that I operate things professionally. The quality of my website will be impacted by my web project plan in terms of the time spent on its design and layout. 5. While considering the diameter and distance of my web site project, I must keep in mind that my site will only have four pages. Since all four pages link to one another, both the diameter and distance of my web site project will be four. 6. Google's list of incoming links is very likely to be incomplete because, unless the web page cites the entire link http://www.google.com, it will not show up in the results. Try this for yourself. 7. The average degree for the graph shown is 1.5, and the average density is 1. ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CS 103 taught by Professor Hoppe during the Fall '07 term at BU.
- Fall '07