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On Having Search Engines Deliver Hierarchies of Web Pages

By: Ok-Ran Jeong, Jiawei Han, Won Kim, Eunseok Lee

Abstract

Web pages are structured in a hierarchy, and each Web page consists of content and link s . There are three types of link; namely, incoming (inlink), outgoing (outlink), and co-citation (colink). An inlink is a gateway into a page (document); an outlink is a link through which one can exit the page, and colinks are connected with each other [ Lim et al 1999 ]. The content provides the crucial classification data based on the importance and frequency of its elements.

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Ok-Ran Jeong, Jiawei Han, Won Kim, Eunseok Lee, “On Having Search Engines Deliver Hierarchies of Web Pages”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 7, no. 4 (May 2008), pp. 33-41, doi:10.5381/jot.2008.7.4.c4.

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