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being two identical

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The key in our approach lies in bridging the largest geometric multiplicity and the matching theory.
Although the original concept of matching theory is simple, its implementation is not easy, because matching two or more banks with the same multidimensional characteristics is difficult, especially when the dimensions are large.
The reader is referred to [6] for more information on canonical equivalence, and on matching theory in general.
Keywords: Matching theory, response class, covariation, extinction, functional communication training, developmental disabilities, problem behavior.
Matching theory and practice is particularly difficult for public intellectuals.
1,2] Part II covers the design of a variable-gain, small-signal amplifier using techniques adapted from broadband matching theory.
These findings are consistent with the predictions of a matching theory in which information on match productivity is generated through on-the-job experience.
Okun Professor of Economics at Yale University, will keynote the event with a lecture on the global skills gap and matching theory titled, "Rise of the Phoenix: Future of the Global Labor Market, Matching Talent with Opportunity.
There is a need to develop new algorithms that significantly differ from existing applications of matching theory in wireless such as [18-23], so as to find the solutions of the studied many-to-one matching game.
Some specific topics are connectivity, planarity, Hamiltonian paths and cycles, matching theory, digraphs, networks, and adaptive network structures for data/text pattern recognition theory.
In Turkey, we have very strong market design and matching theory experts who can establish a competitive system for university entrance exams.
The work of Alvin Roth, from Harvard University, and Lloyd Shapley, from the University of California, Los Angeles, applied market design and matching theory as it relates to marriage, school choice and organ donations.