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Unformatted text preview: Homework #1 Due Date: Wednesday, September 15th, start of class As a reminder, to have this homework graded, you must first turn in the Academic Honesty Agreement! 1. There is a software engineering class with 3 n students, comprised of n students who are experienced with computer graphics, n students who are experienced with algorithms, and n students who are experienced with programming languages. The project for the course has students working in groups of 3, with each group having a student from each category. Each student has a preference list of who they wish to be matched with. A matching is unstable if there are two groups ( A,B,C ) and ( D,E,F ), for which A and B prefer F to C , and F prefers A to D and B to E . Design an algorithm which produces a stable matching and prove its correctness, or prove that no such algorithm is possible. 2. Order the following functions in order from smallest asymptotic running time to greatest....
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 Fall '06
 Shamsian
 Software engineering, Algorithms

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