Approximating Matches Made in Heaven

  title={Approximating Matches Made in Heaven},
  author={Ning Chen and Nicole Immorlica and Anna R. Karlin and Mohammad Mahdian and Atri Rudra},
Motivated by applications in online dating and kidney exchange, we study a stochastic matching problem in which we have a random graph G given by a node set V and probabilities p(i, j) on all pairs i, j ∈ V representing the probability that edge (i, j) exists. Additionally, each node has an integer weight t(i) called its patience parameter. Nodes represent agents in a matching market with dichotomous preferences, i.e., each agent finds every other agent either acceptable or unacceptable and is… CONTINUE READING
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