# Gale shapley algorithm | Computer Science | University of Dayton

Implement Gale-Shapley Algorithm for computing Stable Marriage Assignment in any language, such as Python, Java, C++ or MATLAB, using the approach and data structures described in the first two Chapters of the Kleinberg and Tardos text. The input file should include number of subjects, n, preference list for men and women one line for each. n m1: w11, w12, …, w1n … … mn: wn1, wn2, …, wnn w1: m11, m12, …, m1n … … wn: mn1, mn2, …, mnn a) Write a function to create preference lists for men and women. Function should take number of men (women), say n, create preferences and output them. b) Write the output, explicitly checking to see that it is a stable match (It requires a separate function to check). Turn in sample inputs and corresponding outputs in separate files. c) Run the algorithm on several instances of the problem for n = 10 with different input files and plot the variation in the running time. d) Run the algorithm on several instances of the problem for n = 10 with the same input file and plot the variation in the running time. e) Run the algorithm on problem instances with n = 10, 15, 20, 50, 100, and plot the average running time as a function of the problem input size (n). f) Run the algorithm on several instances of the problem for n = 10 with the same input file, let a different man start proposing and output the matches.