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GS Unique Matching Teasers
During GS, when there are several free men who have not proposed to all women, how does the algorithm dictate how you choose which man proposes next?
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Randomly
Prefer men who have proposed fewer times
Prefer men who have fewer remaining women on their list
It doesn't
For a given instance of the Stable Matching problem, how many different solutions (stable matchings) can the GS algorithm find for us?
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0 or 1
1 or 2
Sometimes more than 2
For a given instance of the Stable Matching problem, how many different solutions (stable matchings) exist?
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0 or more
1 or more
2 or more
For a given instance of the Stable Matching problem where some person (man or woman) has 3 distinct valid partners, how many different solutions (stable matchings) exist?
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2 or more
Exactly 3
3 or more
During a run of GS on a given Stable Matching problem with four men and four women, what is the maximum number of proposers who could be rejected by a valid partner of theirs?
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0
1
2
3
4
Which proof technique (
https://goo.gl/5urGYh
) have we seen in action while convincing ourselves of the properties of GaleShapley?
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Proof by tautology
Proof by simplification
Proof by contradiction
Proof by authority
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