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a ranking algorithm?


Who?
Benjamin Gardiner (TU Berlin)
When?
2019/07/13, 13:00
Before the BMS Friday Colloquium by Prof. Monique Laurent
Where?
FU Berlin, Mozart room at Harnack-Haus
About what?

A search engine is a software, similar to Google, that presents a list of relevant content from a large data set, where criteria for relevance is usually based off of user input. Further, a search engine will usually rank the data according to relevance to maximize utility for the user. A ranking algorithm assigns a numerical rank to each element of its data set, and then returns the sorted list. In this talk we will explore a couple of well known ranking algorithms including Page Rank and HITS (Hyperlink-Induced Topic Search).