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Test Your Intuition (19): The Advantage of the Proposers in the Stable Matching Algorithm
Stable mariage The GaleShapley stable matching theorem and the algorithm. GALESHAPLEY THEOREM Consider a society of n men and n women and suppose that every man [and every woman] have a preference (linear) relation on the women [men] he [she] knows. Then … Continue reading