Extended Formal Model for Ranking of Authoritative Resources

Extended Formal Model for Ranking of Authoritative Resources

The aim of this paper is to inform how authority of researchers can be detected from information hidden in citation networks. The citation networks are networks of relationships between citing and cited authors, publications and other similar resources (e.g. hyperlinked structures of the Web). We want to derive a rating of individual participants modeled as nodes of this network. The results of such rating are helpful e.g. when distribution of a financial support is planned, the accreditation is given or research tasks are approved. All network systems can be modeled as a graph. Mathematical notions and formulas from graph theory are available to explore their features and results from one type of networks are utilized in the others.Lit.1. Brin S., Page L. The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine. Proceedings of the 7th World Wide Web Conference, pp. 107 ÔÇô 117, 1998.2. Sidiropoulos A., Manolopoulos Y. A Citation-Based System to Assist Prize Awarding. SIGMOD Record, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 54-60, 2005.3. Fiala D., Rousselot F., Jezek K.: PageRank for Bibliographic Network. Scientometrics, vol.76, no. 1, pp. 135-158, 2008-12-18, ISSN 0138-9130, Akademiai Kiado, Springer

Keywords: PageRank, Citation loops, Coauthorship

Year: 2009

Authors of this publication:

Karel Je┼żek

Phone:  +420 377632475
E-mail: jezek_ka@kiv.zcu.cz
WWW: https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_Je%C5%BEek_(informatik)

Karel is the former group coordinator and a supervisor of PhD students working at research projects of this Group.

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Extracting Information from Web Content and Structure

Authors:  Dalibor Fiala, Roman Tesa┼Ö, Karel Je┼żek
Desc.:This project deals with classification of Web documents and determination of authoritative Web sites. It was supported in part by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic under grant FRVS 1347/2005/G1.