Spring 2013 Comprehension Questions for Matching Markets
Please answer these questions concisely (ideally 1 sentence each). Your answers will also be emailed to the email address you provide!!
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Provide *two* examples of truthful mechanisms in domains without money that avoid the problem of the Gibbard- Satterthwaite impossibility theorem. *
Why might it be better to make the student-proposing side of a matching market truthful rather than the school side? *
What is different about the computational problem in kidney exchange when moving from 2-swaps to 3+ cycles? *
Which (sub-)section in the readings did you find difficult and/or did you not fully understand and/or would you like see covered in the lecture in detail. *
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