María Elena Iñarra García

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This paper studies whether a sequence of myopic blockings leads to a stable matching in the roommate problem. We prove that if a stable matching exists and preferences are strict, then for any unstable matching, there exists a finite sequence of successive myopic blockings leading to a stable matching. This implies that, starting from any unstable matching,(More)
Molluscum contagiosum is a frequently occurring, virally induced cutaneous condition that affects infants, children, and adults. Although historically considered a self-limiting entity, many patients experience prolonged infections, often resistant to varied therapeutic interventions. Topical treatments achieve complete clearance in only a limited number of(More)
The aim of this paper is to propose a new solution concept for the roommate problem with strict preferences. We introduce maximum irreversible matchings and consider almost stable matchings (Abraham et al. [3]) and maximum stable matchings (Tan [32], [34]). These solution concepts are all core consistent. We find that almost stable matchings are(More)
UNLABELLED Streptococcus pneumoniae and Streptococcus pyogenes are common agents of respiratory or ORL pathology. Pneumococcus sensitivity has progressively decreased to penicillin and other antimicrobial agents, mainly in south of Europe, but this resistance report can be erroneous by a selection bias, because they sampled only hospital cases. OBJECTIVES(More)