A New Visualization Approach to Better Understanding the World Wide Web
The Web is a real-world network, often modeled by a graph in which the vertices represent web pages and the edges correspond to the links between Web pages. Understanding the structure of the Web graph is crucial to effective modeling of the Web. One approach that facilitates this understanding is to provide sophisticated visualization tools for users to intuitively view the Web structure. We have developed a system that visualizes graph samples generated by different Web graph models or crawled from the real Web. Our approach provides an innovative perspective in visualization of large graphs. Graphs are visualized in microscopic and macroscopic levels in a three dimensional space and a graph mining method is also implemented to specify isolated cliques or other meaningful sub-graphs. Many structural properties of a graph can be revealed by our system so that direct comparison between Web graph models and real Web samples become possible.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2013
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