|| 2021 Fall Special Topic Lecture ||-10/29(Fri) Prof. Li-Hsing Yen, NYCU(online)

Topic:Science of Matching

Speaker:Prof. Li-Hsing Yen, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Abstract:Matching is to match a set of entities (such as sellers) with another set of entities (such as buyers). Different from conventional bipartite matching, which seeks to find a global optimum, stable matching also takes account of individual interests such that no participants can be better off by deviating from the matching results. Matching has been used in netwoking and cloud environemnt as a means to allocate resource to resource requesters. In this take, I will brief the concept of matching and present some use cases of matching in CS-related research fields.

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