# The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine

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1 The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine Article by: Larry Page and Sergey Brin Computer Networks 30(1-7): , Introduction The authors: Lawrence Page, Sergey Brin started small at Stanford Univ. during their graduate studies Google index grew to over 1 billion pages in June 2000 At the time, Google served an average of 18 million queries/day Google index grew to over 8 billion pages in 2003 Traditional keyword searches not accurate enough Google makes use of html document structure 2 1

2 2. System Features PageRank 1 : Bringing Order to the Web (Maps contains 518 million of hyperlinks) Description of PageRank calculation Intuitive Justification Anchor Text Other Features 1 Demo available at google.stanford.edu 3 Description of PageRank A = given page T 1 T n = pages that point to page A (i.e. citations) d = damping factor which can be between 0 and 1 (usually we set d = 0.85) C(A) = number of links going out of page A PR(A) = the PageRank of a page A PR(A) = (1-d) + d(pr(t 1 )/C(T 1 ) + + PR(T n )/C(T n )) NOTE: the sum of all web pages PageRank = 1 4 2

3 Intuitive Justification Assume there is a random surfer Probability that random surfer visits a page is its PR 1-d is the probability at each page that the random surfer will get bored Variations of the formula A page has high rank: If there are many pages that point to it If there are some pages that point to it and have a high PageRank 5 Anchor Text Associate the text of a link with the page that the link is on and the page the link points to Advantages: Anchors often provide more accurate description Anchors may exist for documents which cannot be indexed (i.e. image, programs, and databases) Propagating anchor text helps provide better quality results 24 million pages over 259 million anchors 6 3

4 Other Features Location information for all hits Keep track of some visual presentation details (i.e. font size of words) Full raw HTML of pages is available in a repository 7 3. Related Work Information Retrieval In the past, focused largely on scientific stories, articles, etc. Ex. Assignment 1 (Vector Space Model) Differences between web and controlled collections The web contains varying content (html, doc, PDF, etc.) No control of web content 8 4

5 4. System Anatomy Provide a high level discussion of the architecture Some in-depth description of important data structure The major components: crawling indexing Searching Implemented in C/C++ for Linux/Solaris 9 Google Architecture overview URL Server crawlers Store Server Anchors URL Resolver Indexer Repository Links Barrels Lexicon Doc index Sorters PageRank Searcher 10 5

6 Major Data Structure BigFiles Virtual files are addressable by 64 bit integers Support rudimentary compression options Repository Contains full HTML of every web page Compression rate of zlib is 3 to 1 compare to bzib is 4 to 1 docid, length, URL Document Index Keep info of each document (docid, fixed width ISAM index) Current doc status, a pointer into the repository, a doc checksum, and various statistics 11 Repository data structure 12 6

7 Major Data Structure (cont d) Lexicon Repository of words Implemented with a hash table of pointers (word ids) to barrels (that are sorted lists) 14 million words, plus an extra file for rare words Hit Lists Lexicon Stores occurrences of a particular word in a particular document Types of hits: Plain, Fancy and anchor (2 bytes per hit) 13 Major Data Structure (cont d) Forward Index Barrel holds a range of word ids Doc id and a list of word ids Barrels Inverted Index Similar to Assignment 1 inverted index Can be sorted by doc id or by ranking of word occurrence 14 7

8 Forward and Inverted Index and the Lexicon 15 Crawling the Web Crawlers need to be reliable, fast and robust Some authors don t want their pages to be crawled Google (1998) had about 3-4 crawlers running At peek speeds, the 4 crawlers processed 100 web pages/sec. Crawlers have different states: DNS lookup, connecting to host, send request, receiving response Crawlers and URL server were implemented in Python 16 8

9 Indexing the Web Parsing Parsers need to handle errors very well (typos, formatting, etc.) Indexing After parsing, placed into forward barrels Words converted into word id and occurrences into hit lists Sorting Forward barrels are sorted by word id to produce an inverted index 17 Searching Goal of searching: quality search results efficiently Ranking system: Every hit list includes position, font and capitalization info Consider each hit to be one of several different type and each of which has its own type-weight Many parameters: type-weight, type-prox-weight (for phrasal queries) User feedback mechanism 18 9

10 Google Query Evaluation 1. Parse the query. 2. Convert words into wordids. 3. Seek to the start of the doclist in the short barrel for every word. 4. Scan through the doclists until there is a document that matches all the search terms. 5. Compute the rank of that document for the query. 6. If we are in the short barrels and at the end of any doclist, seek to the start of the doclist in the full barrel for every word and go to step If we are not at the end of any doclist go to step 4. Sort the documents that have matched by rank and return the top k Results and Performance Storage Requirements Google (1998) compressed its repository to about 53GB (24 million pages) Additional storage used by Google for indexes, temporary storage, lexicon, etc. required about 55GB

11 System Performance Crawling & Indexing efficiently Crawling took a week or more To improve efficiency, the Indexer and Crawlers need to be capable of simultaneous execution Sorting needs to be done in parallel on several machines 21 Search Performance Disk I/O Requires most time (seek time, transfer time, network delay, etc.) Caching Reduces the number of disk access Performance times can improve from 2.13 sec. to 0.06 sec

12 6. Conclusion Designed to be a scalable search engine Provide high quality search Complete architecture for gathering web pages, indexing them, and performing search queries over them 23 High Quality Search Heavy use of hypertextual info Link structure Link (anchor) text Proximity and font info increase relevance PageRank quality Link text relevant 24 12

13 Scalable Architecture Efficient in both space and time Bottlenecks in: CPU Memory capacity Disk seeks Disk throughput Disk capacity Network IO Major data structure make efficient use of available storage space (24 million pages in < 1 week) Build an index of 100 million pages < 1 month 25 13

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