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This presentation describes in simple terms how the PageRank algorithm by Google founders works. It displays the actual algorithm as well as tried to explain how the calculations are done and how …

This presentation describes in simple terms how the PageRank algorithm by Google founders works. It displays the actual algorithm as well as tried to explain how the calculations are done and how ranks are assigned to any webpage.

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  • 1. Introduction Search Optimization Pagerank ConclusionSearch Optimization Technique : PageRank Gohil Dhara
  • 2. Introduction General outline Search Optimization History Pagerank ConclusionHistoryWhat is Search OptimizationPageRank (Two different notations)Effects of the LinksHow is PageRank CalculatedAdvantages and Limitations
  • 3. Introduction General outline Search Optimization History Pagerank Conclusion Seeds of Search Optimization Pagerank Citations analysis, HITS, Hyper SearchVannevar Bush Gerard Salton Sergei Brin Larry Page
  • 4. Introduction Search Optimization What is Search optimization Pagerank Optimization in various Search Engines ConclusionThe old ApproachMeaning of Search OptimizationIt’s a backend ProcessRelevancy of the keywordsLink AnalysisAge of a webpage
  • 5. Introduction Search Optimization What is Search optimization Pagerank Optimization in various Search Engines ConclusionReciprocal linksCommercial links Natural linksNatural citations Old sites Content filters Link Quality-crawl depth Natural/artificial links Relevancy algorithms poor Topical community Biased towards commercial result Reciprocal links Page content
  • 6. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( How it works 1 ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion A social exampleTeacher A Principal Student A Student B Teacher B Student C
  • 7. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( How it works 2 )Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion
  • 8. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Algorithm ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations ConclusionPR (A) = (1-d) + d (PR (T1) / C (T1) + ... + PR (Tn) / C (Tn))Where,PR(A) is the PageRank of page APR(Ti) is the PageRank of pages Ti which link to page AC(Ti) is the number of outbound links on page Ti andd is a damping factor which can be set between 0 and 1In simple terms,PageRank for a given page = Initial PageRank + (total ranking power ÷number of outbound links) +...The second version,PR (A) = (1-d) + d (PR (T1) / C (T1) + ... + PR (Tn) / C(Tn)) N
  • 9. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Damping factor ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion The random surfer model Damping Factor d Minimum PageRank ( 1-d ) Link 1 Maximum PageRank N+( 1-d ) Link 2 Link 1 Link 3. .. . Link n d Link n
  • 10. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Computation of PageRank ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion Consider an imaginary web of 3 web pages. And the inbound and outbound link structure is as shown in the figure. The calculations can be done by following method :PR(A) = 0.5 + 0.5 PR(C) PR(B) = 0.5 + 0.5 (PR(A) / 2) PR(C) = 0.5 + 0.5 ((PR(A) / 2 )+ PR (B)) = 0.5 + (0.5*1) =1 = 0.5 + 0.5 (1/2) = 0.5 + 0.5 (1/2 + 0.75) = 0.5 + (0.5 * 0.5) = 0.5 + 0.5 (1.25) = 0.5 + 0.25 = 0.5 + 0.625 = 0.75 = 1.125
  • 11. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Iterative) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations ConclusionIteration PR(A) PR(B) PR(C)0 1 1 11 1 0.75 1.1252 1.0625 0.765625 1.14843753 1.07421875 0.76855469 1.152832034 1.07641602 0.76910400 1.153656015 1.07682800 0.76920700 1.153810506 1.07690525 0.76922631 1.153839477 1.07691973 0.76922993 1.153844908 1.07692245 0.76923061 1.153845929 1.07692296 0.76923074 1.1538461110 1.07692305 0.76923076 1.1538461511 1.07692307 0.76923077 1.1538461512 1.07692308 0.76923077 1.15384615
  • 12. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Effect of inbound links 1 ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion External Site A 0.22 About 0.41 Home External Site B 0.92 0.22 Home Product 0.92 0.41 External Site C 0.22 Links 0.41 Home External Site A 0.92 0.22Average PR = 0.378
  • 13. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Effect of inbound links 2 ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion External Site A 0.34 About 1.1 Home External Site B 0.92 0.34 Home Product 3.35 1.1 External Site C 0.34 Links 1.1 Home External Site A 0.92 0.34Average PR = 3.35
  • 14. Introduction Understanding PageRank ( Effect of outbound links ) Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations Conclusion External Site A 0.23 About 0.84 External Site B 0.23Home Product2.44 0.84 External Site C 0.23 Links 0.84 External Site A 0.23 Review A Review B Review C Review D 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23
  • 15. Introduction Understanding PageRank Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations ConclusionSERP RankGoogle Toolbar(The intentional surfer model)EcosystemAcademic doctoral programsISI impact factor(Institute for scientific information)Wikipedia
  • 16. Introduction Understanding PageRank Search Optimization Applications Pagerank Advantages and Limitations ConclusionAdvantages Limitations Most relevant search results Bias towards older pages Reduces spamdexing Link trade Values Natural Links
  • 17. Introduction Search Optimization Pagerank ConclusionOptimization is necessaryPageRank most efficientWeb masters Point of view on PageRankGoogle’s Point of view on PageRankEffect on the web development industry
  • 18. Thank youdhara.gohil@gmail.com