"There are 64 single men and 64 single women, all heterosexual its is presumed, who want to get married. Each one ranks all possible mates. The problem is how to find the set of marriages so that no two people (one man one woman) that are not married to each other do, in fact, prefer each other over their assigned partners"
Well this is a decent multi-agent problem and BDI systems I work with are adequate to solve it..but damn to Sec 377 , now I'll have to change the problem statement itself to suit the 'real' needs of the population.
Zzzzz...again a few glimpses of past few days (More here)
One of Fussen's ild houses next to the Ski-Jump and the Mini-golf park
Thanks for the hike up the gorge and the drive up to Neuchwenstein(People not in Pic, but Swans are)
Busy scaling the castle walls..DND!
Even Cindrella and Disney need to face Real Life problems of Material degradation
Its not just you who are scared up here dear :)
Marienbrucke or wateva- The highest bridge up the Alps
That's what Traditional Lunch costs and that too tip not included, but well worth it... :)
That's all 4 now...