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sukanto Kuri
Jun 25, 2022
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A former Google software engineer commented in a Hacker News discussion to discuss how Photo Retouching Google works. In the process, Google said it stopped using the original PageRank algorithm. Is Google using the original PageRank? The hacker news debate diverged into a side discussion about creating competing search engines, and former Google stopped by to discuss Google's PageRank. This is what a former Google employee said about PageRank being no longer used. "The comment here that PageRank is Google's secret source isn't really true either. Google hasn't used PageRank since 2006. The comment that search and click-through data is important. It's closer ... " After that, he followed up as follows: "They replaced it in 2006 with an algorithm that yields similar results but significantly speeds up the computation. The replacement algorithm is the number reported on the toolbar, which Google claims as Photo Retouching PageRank. (Google's claim is technically incorrect because the names are similar). Both algorithms are O (N log N), but the constants for the log N coefficients of the permutations are much smaller because they Photo Retouching do not have to iterate until the algorithms converge. This is quite important as the web has grown from about 10-10 million pages to over 150 billion pages. " advertisement Continue reading below PageRank and the new PageRank Hamlet Batista tweeted about the revelations contained in the hacker news discussion. Search patent expert Bill Slawski replied in a tweet. "Google's new version of PageRank was patented in 2006. Is it a coincidence?" Screenshots of tweets by Bill Slavsky Bill Slawski wrote about this new PageRank in November 2015. In that 2015 article, Bill wrote: "Under this new patent, Google will add a Photo Retouching diverse set of trusted pages that act as seed sites. When calculating page rankings. Google is the distance from the seed page to the ranked page. To calculate. " advertisement Continue reading below In a follow-up post in April 2018, Bill pointed out about the new PageRank: "The original PageRank patent assigned to Stanford University has expired. Google had an exclusive license to use PageRank. Google submitted a PageRank update, but behind it is another. There is an algorithm for "". Bill then quoted from the patent: "A popular search engine developed by Google Inc. in Mountain View, CA uses PageRank.RTM. Page quality to efficiently guide you through the process of web crawling, indexing, and web page ranking. Photo Retouching As a metric. "
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