TextRank: Bringing Order into Texts
the analysis of the link-structure of the World Wide Web. Arguably, these algorithms can be singled out as key elements of the paradigm-shift triggered in the ﬁeld of Web search technology, by providing a Web page ranking mechanism that relies on the col-lective knowledge of Web architects rather than in-dividual content analysis of Web pages.
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