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PRPublic Relations
PRPuerto Rico (US postal abbreviation)
PRPress Release
PRPurchase Request
PRPair
PRPrint (Hyper Logo command)
PRPrint (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
PRPartner (IRB)
PRProfessor
PRPrinter (Apple II command)
PRProvince
PRPriority
PRProgress Report
PRPermanent Resident
PRPattern Recognition
PRPerformance Review(s)
PRProblem Report
PRPersonal Record
PRProject Report
PRPunk Rock
PRPreston (postcode, United Kingdom)
PRPrairie (street suffix)
PRPayroll
PRPrices Realized
PRPriorities
PRPeer Review
PRPower Rating (gaming)
PRPrimary Responsibility
PrProbability
PRProgesterone Receptor
PRPower Rangers (cartoon)
PRProne
PRPersonal Representative
PRPrice Reduction
PRPreview Release (a post-beta software program)
PRPrinceton Review
PRProportional Representation
PRPerformance Rating (processors)
PRPro Rata (Latin: in proportion to)
PRPhilippine Airlines
PRProblem Resolution
PRPulse Rate
PRPresidência da República (Portugal)
PRPrayer Request
PRPseudo Random
PrPropyl
PRPeoples' Republic
PRPresidente da República (President of the Republic)
PRPine-Richland (Pennsylvania school district)
PRPresidente da República (Portuguese President)
PRPresidente da República (Portuguese: President of the Republic)
PRPregnancy Rate
PRPrecipitation Radar
PRPraseodymium
PRPoint Roberts (Washington)
PRProcess Reengineering (Sprint)
PRProgram Register
PRPokemon Ranger
PRPunt Returner (football)
PRPinar del Rio (postcode, Cuba)
PRPulmonary Rehabilitation
PRPersonal Radio
PRPlymouth Rock (chicken breed)
PRProgram Resource
PRPrevalence Rate
PRPreliminary Review
PRPorter Ranch (California)
PRPurchase Requisition
PRPolicy Region
PRProduct Request
PRPhantom Regiment (Drum and Bugle Corps, Rockford, Illinois)
PRPrevalence Ratio
PRPax Romana (Latin: Roman Peace)
PRPetit Robert (French dictionary)
PRPhosphate Rock
PRPrandtl Number
PRProjekt Revolution (Linkin Park tour)
PRPer Rectum (method of medication)
PRPharmaceutical Representative (journal)
PRPesticide Registration (EPA)
PRPriority Records (record label)
PRPoisson's Ratio
PRPour Remercier (French: to express thanks)
PRProcurement Regulations
PRPercentile Rank
PRParma, Emilia (Italian province)
PRPersonal Recognizance (bond/bail)
PRPersonnel Recovery
PRPerformance Run (fitness)
PRpump room (tankers)
PRPseudorabies
PRReceived Power
PRProcess Reliability
PRProcurement Request
PRPortfolio Rebalancing
PRPilot Run
PRPolicy Record
PRPhoto Resist
PRPhotochemical Reaction
PRPosition Reference
PRProject Revolution (gaming, Warcraft IIITotal Conversion)
PRProduct Record
PRPeriodic Reinvestigation
PRPershing Rifles (honorary military fraternity founded in 1894 by General John J. Pershing)
PRPer Rectal (examination of a patient)
PRPosition Release (AT&T)
PRPseudo-Range
PRPsychopathic Records (CD label)
PRPressure Recorder
PRPhoto-Recon
PRPurchaser's Right
PRProsthion
PRProthrombin Ratio
PRPulmonic Regurgitation
PRPunjab Regiment (Pakistan)
PRPosting Reference
PRProcessor Rating
PRPesticide Regulation Notice (EPA)
PRPyrolytic Release Experiment
PRPneumatic Ram
PRPolarization Rotator
PRPunctum Remotum (Latin: far point of accommodation)
PRPhoto Reflectance
PRPlanned Requirement
PRPusher Robot (gaming)
PRPlanet Replay (media/electronics store)
PRPreventive Replacement
PRPotomac Runners (Washington, DC area running group)
PRParameter Redundancy
PRProcedural Reflection
PRProfundo Rosso (movie)
PRPitch Runner (baseball)
PRParti Républicaine (French: Republican Party)
PRPath Restorable
PRParti Republikan (Republican Party; political party, Albania)
PRProcurement/Purchase Request
PRPonti Radio PR SpA (Italy)
PRPrototyping Request
PRPower Repeatability (Agilent)
PRPeriodogram Roughness (economics)
PR(USN Rating) Aircrew Survival Equipmentman
PRPersonal Reschedule
PRPacket Radio
PRPassive Ranging
PRParachute Rigger (USN Rating; obsolete)
PRParaná (Brazilian state)
PRPartial Remission (oncology)
PRPathogenesis-Related (proteins)
PRPatent Rules
PRPart Request
PRParks and Recreation
PRPakistan Railways
PRPartial Reconfiguration
PRNewspaper Tax (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
PRPartial Response
PRParis
PRPapa Roach (band)
PRPartial Resistance
PRPaper Round
PRPatrick Roy (former hockey goalie)
PRPastor
PRPark Ridge
PRPartial (METAR descriptor)
PRPageRank (Google search technology)
References in periodicals archive ?
To additionally discuss the differences in ability to produce great tennis results between right-handed and left-handed players, we made a list of the all time best players in both gender categories using the PageRank algorithm.
LANGVILLE & CARL DEAN MEYER, GOOGLE'S PAGERANK AND BEYOND: THE SCIENCE OF SEARCH ENGINE RANKING 25 (2006).
Brin and Page (1998) captured the relationship between a web page and its backlinks in their PageRank algorithm which is presented in Equation 1.
Using the PageRank method, Allesina and Pascual identify the set of species which are most critical for maintaining ecosystem functioning.
The PageRank algorithm (7) makes a clear distinction between popularity and expert appreciation or prestige of published research.
Specialized articles take the defining equation for PageRank as a starting point, and go on to consider: Aspects of how to use the defining equation (Craven ace.
Google's breakthrough in search, which quickly made it the undisputed search market leader, was PageRank, a method of using the link structure of the web, rather than just the characteristics of documents to provide better search results.
Google has responded by lowering BMW's German site PageRank to zero, which means the site will no longer appear as the top selection for those searching for BMW in Germany.
Its PageRank algorithms make use of a process of latent human annotation, whereby the position of a page in the list of returned results is (at least partly) determined by the number of links from other pages pointing back to it (Brin & Page, 2000; Kleinberg, 1998).
student, came to Mejia's office of technology licensing to patent his search engine software, called PageRank.
These days, even Google, the "ethical" search engine with the company motto "Don't Be Evil," is now focusing most of its attention on ad placement, either through its own search pages or through "contextual links" on other content pages (a practice that undermines the very integrity of its own PageRank algorithm).
Google's ability to quickly give you the results you need can be attributed to software called PageRank, which was developed by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford University.