Amy Langville - Random Search, Ordered Results: How Search Engines Use Mathematics to Organize the Web | Math Encounters

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How does viewing the web as a giant network of connected webpages allow search engines to display highly relevant results in order of importance? Explore the world of link analysis with mathematician Amy Langville, and learn how this novel technique creates order in this massive volume of data. Amy will be introduced by Craig Nevill-Manning, founder of Google Engineering New York.

Langville Math Encounters Poster

Math Encounters is a public presentation series celebrating the spectacular world of mathematics and presented by the Simons Foundation and the National Museum of Mathematics.

For further information, call the Museum of Mathematics at (212) 542-0566 or e-mail mathencounters@momath.org.

Please note, this presentation is designed to be accessible and engaging to a general audience. As a rule of thumb, it would best be enjoyed by participants age 12 and up.

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January 2nd, 2013 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
55 Lexington Avenue
Baruch College Conference Center
14th Floor
New York, NY 10010
United States
Phone: (212) 542-0566
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