Talk:770: All the Girls

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The reasons why this algorithm wouldn't work so well in producing stable marriages are

  • the people preferences may change (especially if they know someone better)
  • people may prefer not having marriage at all (when rejected by some of their choices)

Still, it's not like there is better algorithm. -- Hkmaly (talk) 10:02, 17 April 2013 (UTC)

sub BetterThanNothing { my (@everyone,@m,@f,@o,@r,@Ps) = @_; while (my $person = shift @everyone) { push(@m, $person)&&next if _isMale($person); push(@f, $person)&&next if _isFemale($person); push @o, $person } my $priority =(@m>[email protected])?[\@f,\@m]:[\@m,\@f]; while (@{$priority[0]}) { push @Ps, [splice(@{$priority[0]},rnd(@{$priority[0]}),1), splice(@{$priority[1]},rnd(@{$priority[1]}),1)] } } @r = (@m,@f,@o); while (@r>1) { push @Ps, [splice(@r,rnd(@r),1), splice(@r,rnd(@r),1)] } } @r && push @Ps, [(shift @r) x 2]; return @Ps } # Totally untested Perl for when you /really/ don't care too much... ;) 31.110.88.49 04:34, 4 May 2013 (UTC)

When I read 'I love you out of all the girls who love me back,' I thought that he meant...

Rob: 'I courted a lot of females because I was looking for the best life partner, since marriage is a serious thing. You are the perfect future life partner.'
Megan: '...but what about all those girls who do not love you?'
Rob: 'Frankly, my dear, I couldn't care less. They do not love me. Why bother violating their wishes for my own?' Greyson (talk) 14:44, 28 June 2013 (UTC)