Parallel Online Ranking of Web Pages

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  • Esmaili K
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Modern search engines use link structure of the World Wide Web in order to gain better results for ranking the results of users’ queries. One of the most popular ranking algorithms which is based on link analysis is HITS. It generates very accurate outputs but because of huge amount of online computations, this algorithm is relatively slow. In this paper we introduce PHITS, a parallelized version of the HITS algorithm that is suitable for working with huge web graphs in a reasonable time. For implementing this algorithm, we use WebGraph framework and we focus on parallelizing access to web graph as the main bottleneck in the HITS algorithm.

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-33750829693
  • SGR: 33750829693
  • ISBN: 1424402123
  • PUI: 44710936


  • Y. Ganji Saffar

  • Y. Ganji Saffar

  • K. Sheykh Esmaili

  • K. Sheykh Esmaili

  • Mohammad Ghodsi

  • Mohammad Ghodsi

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