- Cornell Info 204 – Networks Â» Blog Archive Â» The Inspiration behind PageRank
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Collective choice systems have been around for a long time. Since at least the birth of democracy in ancient Greece people have made joint decisions about important issues, and since at least the knightly tournaments of the late Middle Age people have com
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