Mathematician Amy Langville discusses how Google, Bing and other search engines sort through the internet's massive cache of data. Google Engineering New York founder Craig Nevill-Manning introduces Langville. Reservations are required. For details, visit mathencounters.org.
"Random Search, Ordered Results: How Search Engines Use Mathematics to Organize the Web"
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