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Unformatted text preview: quot;Page Rank" button, the tool runs a simulation and
displays the scores (rank) of the various pages. Notice that if you set the
damping ratio to 0.99 you would be getting the proportions of the
population visiting the various pages (as we did before). Experiment with both PageRank and Random Walk on a number of
graphs of progressive complexity. Here are a number of "proj ects" you
can try. You can download these and save them to your computer and
then open them up from the PageRank simulator (by clicking on "Open
Proj ect" from the file menu).
Example 1: 2 nodes (P0 <> P1 )
Example 2: 3 nodes (P0 <> P1 + P0 <> P2)
Example 3: 3 nodes (same as Example 2 + P2 <> P1)
Example 4: 9 nodes
Example 5: 9 nodes (same as Example 4, with damping =0.85)
Example 6: Google Bomb example (before bomb)
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2014 for the course CS 109 taught by Professor Azerbestavros during the Spring '13 term at BU.
- Spring '13