david at cantrell.org.uk
Tue Sep 10 12:59:27 BST 2013
On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 11:24:10AM +0200, Abigail wrote:
> There's also the lazy solution: randomly assign students to classes.
> Tell them they're allowed to make any change they want, provided
> that: 1) it gets a buy-in from any student involved in the change,
> and 2) no class exceeds the max capacity and no class has just one
See Alvin Roth's Nobel prize in economics:
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