Blog - Quantum PageRank Algorithm Outperforms Classical Version: The way they think about this is to imagine a quantum page crawler wandering around the network along paths that connect one quantum node to the next. While the quantum paths remain in a quantum superposition, the importance of a page is the probability of finding the crawler on that page at any instant.
Paparo and Martín-Delgado then outline a quantum algorithm that will produce a ranking of pages at any given instant using these quantum probabilities. They go on to simulate its performance on two relatively small networks: a tree-like network and a directed graph network with no specific structure.
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