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vas vas
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Joined: Dec 13, 2004
Posts: 19
Hi Guys,

I am doing research on search engines,to say exactly- it is to calculate the bias in search engines.I am in the very starting stages.

I have to choose a data structure to represent "graphs" (set of interconnected webpages)

I am going to do it in Java.Can anyone suggest which would be a good data structure for graphs.

And , I am struck with one part.I have to findout all the webpages which link to a particular webpage.What is a good way of doing it?

I tried the query link:www.google.com .But it isnt satisfactory.I wanna do it in some other way,which I can implement myself.Are there any resources for these?If u have any idea,please share with me.

Your help is highly appreciated.

Thanking You,
Suman Tedla.
Pablo Olmos
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Joined: Aug 20, 2004
Posts: 10
For a framework to work with and manipulate graphs, I recomend JUNG. It is quite complete, well structured and you can easily extend it or "annotate" information to the graphs.
 
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