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Google PigeonRank Algorithm

Written by Radical Geeks Technologies on Wednesday, 21 December 2011

One of best and amazing searching technology of Google is Pigeon Rank, a system for ranking web pages developed by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford University.
Its success primarily depends on the superior trainability of the domestic pigeon and its unique capacity to identify objects. The common gray pigeon can easily distinguish among items displaying only the minutest differences, an ability that enables it to select relevant web sites from among thousands of similar pages.
Absolutely Pigeon takes the decision, but how is this possible to your surprise Pigeons are surprisingly adept at making instant judgments when confronted with difficult choices to make the best judgment over the entire havoc. This makes them suitable for any job requiring accurate and authoritative decision-making under pressure. The pigeons are given a quick orientation on web site relevance and assigned to an appropriate data coop.
Though at this point many of them can think that whether these are not against the law of animal but Google has done well to safeguard those pigeons. They are provided with all the comfort they require.Now Google is able to process search queries at more speeds higher to traditional search engines. When any search is requested on Google search, it is routed to a data coop where a monitor provides result pages at record speeds.

How was PigeonRank developed?

The ease of training pigeons was documented early in the annals of science and fully explored by noted psychologist B.F. Skinner, who demonstrated that with only minor incentives, pigeons could be trained to execute complex . Brin and Page were the first to recognize that this adaptability could be harnessed through massively parallel pecking to solve complex problems, such as ordering large datasets or ordering pizza for large groups of engineers. Page and Brin experimented with numerous avian motivators before settling on a combination of linseed and flax (lin/ax) that not only offered superior performance, but could be gathered at no cost from nearby open space preserves.

Google get its pigeons from..? Some special breeding lab?

Google uses only low-cost, off-the-street pigeons for its clusters. Gathered from city parks and plazas by Google's pack of more than 50 Phds (Pigeon-harvesting dogs), the pigeons are given a quick orientation on web site relevance and assigned to an appropriate data coop.

Future of pigeon computing?

A Google search is an easy, honest and objective way to find high-quality websites with information relevant to your search and that way they provide a good integration with the help of making many pigeon clusters (PCs)? Google continues to explore new applications for Pigeon Rank and its affiliated technologies. One of the most promising and prominent projects in development involves harnessing millions of pigeons worldwide to work on complex scientific challenges and they will gives more filtered and optimized result to the users.