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In an attempt to increase the placement of medical residents to rural hospitals, the Japanese government recently introduced “regional caps” which restrict the total number of residents matched within each region of the country. The government modified the deferred acceptance mechanism incorporating the regional caps. This paper shows that the current(More)
In an attempt to increase the placement of medical residents in rural hospitals, the Japanese government recently introduced “regional caps” which restrict the total number of residents matched within each region of the country. To accommodate regional caps, the government modified the deferred acceptance mechanism in a particular manner. Motivated by this(More)
The label placement problem is one of the most important problems in geographic information systems, cartography, graph drawing, and graphical interface design. In this paper, we considered the label size maximization problem for points with axes-parallel rectangular labels that correspond to character strings and have different widths based on the number(More)
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