|Article title||METHODS OF THE ANALYSIS OF HYPERLINKS BY INFORMATION RETRIEVAL IN A GLOBAL NETWORK|
|Section||SECTION VII. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND INTELLECTUAL SYSTEMS|
|Month, Year||04, 2012 @en|
|Abstract||This article describes a methods of the analysis of hyperlinks, two basic classes of ranging on the basis of communications are allocated: methods of the global analysis − ranging independent of inquiry and methods of the local analysis-ranging depending on inquiry. The description and the characteristic of algorithm PageRank in which basis is given the model of casual wandering under the web-graph who is used for calculation of weight of page (factor PageRank) is put in pawn as probabilities of its approachibility and algorithm HITS-search of documents in the set theme on the basis of hyperlinks in which basis identification of two sets of pages which can be important lays: pages "Hub" pages and pages "Authority" pages. Distinctions of the given two approaches to the analysis of hyperlinks are revealed.|
|Keywords||Information retrieval; ranging of results of retrieval; the analysis of hyperlinks.|
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