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Hi,
I'd like to let you know that there is a documentation for the project I am working on. Currently, I am done with building a framework that helps to run various algorithms on PM data that produce rankings of users. You can find the documentation here:
http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~pjurczy/gsoc/documentation.pdf

Also, the source code for the project is provided here:
http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~pjurczy/gsoc/gsoc-backup-07022007.rar

If anyone has some comments, please let me know.
Pawel


It would be appreciated if someone could interpret and evaluate the statistical results obtained by Pawel.

Incidentally, the links on the Wiki all return the following circular message:

This server is no longer a relevant web server for the Department of Math and Computer Science at Emory University.
The following links may be of interest:
MathCS Home Page - http://www.mathcs.emory.edu
MathCS Internal Pages (Spider) - http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/internal
MathCS Webmail page - http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/webmail

This is interesting what you are saying. I have just tested the links on Wiki and it seems that everything is fine. Could you test it again?

Pawel

> This is interesting what you are saying. I have just tested
> the links on Wiki and it seems that everything is fine.
> Could you test it again?
>
> Pawel

It's all good now.

If anyone is interested, this is a link to wiki of this project:
http://planetx.cc.vt.edu/AsteroidMeta//Pawel

I have updated it and included the results I got from running HITS on PM data (look at the very last paragraph). Feel free to take a look and send any comments/questions you have.

Pawel

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