public class PageRank extends Object
This implementation requires a set of pages and a set of directed links as input and works as follows.
In each iteration, the rank of every page is evenly distributed to all pages it points to.
Each page collects the partial ranks of all pages that point to it, sums them up, and applies a dampening factor to the sum.
The result is the new rank of the page. A new iteration is started with the new ranks of all pages.
This implementation terminates after a fixed number of iterations.
This is the Wikipedia entry for the Page Rank algorithm.
Input files are plain text files and must be formatted as follows:
"1\n2\n12\n42\n63"
gives five pages with IDs 1, 2, 12, 42, and 63.
"1 2\n2 12\n1 12\n42 63"
gives four (directed) links (1)>(2), (2)>(12), (1)>(12), and (42)>(63).
Usage: PageRankBasic pages <path> links <path> output <path> numPages <n> iterations <n>
If no parameters are provided, the program is run with default data from PageRankData
and 10 iterations.
This example shows how to use:
Modifier and Type  Class and Description 

static class 
PageRank.BuildOutgoingEdgeList
A reduce function that takes a sequence of edges and builds the adjacency list for the vertex where the edges
originate.

static class 
PageRank.Dampener
The function that applies the page rank dampening formula

static class 
PageRank.EpsilonFilter
Filter that filters vertices where the rank difference is below a threshold.

static class 
PageRank.JoinVertexWithEdgesMatch
Join function that distributes a fraction of a vertex's rank to all neighbors.

static class 
PageRank.RankAssigner
A map function that assigns an initial rank to all pages.

Constructor and Description 

PageRank() 
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