Well, here are some thoughts on the subject.
-- The branching factor for any particular web page could be very
large. You'd probably want to consider a way of looking for
promising/relevant links first.
-- You want to put some sort of cutoff, in case the pages weren't
related, or weren't related in any reasonable number of links.
-- Google has a way of showing which pages link to another page. They
also have an API you could use.
-- You probably want to use a language for this project that has a
built-in library for dealing with Web pages. Python comes to mind.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "pu_shi2003" <pu_shi2003@y...> wrote:
> Hello everyone:
> Now i'm doing the exercise 3.14 on the 1st edition.
> My professor named it with Google's search?
> Does google use bidirectional search?
> I have searched for a long time,but......
> Could anyone give me some idea?Thank you!