Title

A Library of Functions in C++ for Building and Manipulating Large Graphs

Abstract

The WWW (World Wide Web) is a great place to share information - information can be shared across the entire world. By studying the characteristics of the WWW, we can make this information easier to find and access. Information on the web is accessed by use of web crawlers, like the search engine Google. A user types in what he/she is searching for and search results are displayed, where the user can click on a result and be taken to the corresponding website. In order for the search engine to come up with these results, algorithms must be created to search through the web and find websites relevant to the user's query. These algorithms must be quick, since web users often want information right away. They also must be accurate; A user does not want to have to weed through search results for what he/she wants; the user may get frustrated or lose interest. To create algorithms that are quick and that display accurate results, certain characteristics of the WWW must be discovered and considered. The web must be searched and the pages and hyperlinks must be stored to perform these algorithms and to discover these characteristics.

The intention of this thesis is to present a library of functions in C++ for building and manipulating large graphs. These functions can be used to discover properties of graphs like degree distribution and diameter, which can be useful when studying graphs and subgraphs of the WWW.

Notes

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Thesis Completion

2006

Semester

Fall

Advisor

Deo, Narsingh

Degree

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

College

College of Engineering and Computer Science

Degree Program

Computer Science

Subjects

Dissertations, Academic -- Engineering; Engineering -- Dissertations, Academic

Format

Print

Identifier

DP0021991

Language

English

Access Status

Open Access

Length of Campus-only Access

None

Document Type

Honors in the Major Thesis

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