cpp_wrapper_irving: Computes a stable roommate matching

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View source: R/RcppExports.R


This is the C++ wrapper for the stable roommate problem. Users should not call this function directly, but instead use roommate.





is a matrix with the preference order of each individual in the market. If there are n individuals, then this matrix will be of dimension n-1 by n. The i,jth element refers to j's ith most favorite partner. Preference orders must be specified using C++ indexing (starting at 0). The matrix pref must be of dimension n-1 by n.


A vector of length n corresponding to the matchings that were formed (using C++ indexing). E.g. if the 4th element of this vector is 0 then individual 4 was matched with individual 1. If no stable matching exists, then this function returns a vector of zeros. @export

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