Dr. Chad Broman1 Dr. Tiffany Love2
1 Department of Applied Psychological Machine Learning, Cranberry-Lemon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
2 Department of De-Gamification, Cranberry-Lemon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Once every modern relationship reaches the level of cohabitation, each couple must determine the optimum amount of household chore responsibilities. Historically in our relationship, this issue has been avoided by minimizing the total amount of responsibilities by avoiding having any kids and only taking care of plants and the occasional stray cat . Unfortunately for our relationship, Tiffany adopted a dog Franky which requires much more work and cleaning. This strain has resurfaced the unsolved problem of who should do the dishes, an issue which was previously solved with the approximation formulated in . Because of the increased stress on our own responsibilities, we as a couple will address this issue as a transportation problem using various linear programming techniques. Through this study, we determined that the Hungarian algorithm was not suitable to include Chad’s side hustle (game streaming) or Tiffany’s (Etsy knitting shop). In optimizing side hustle money, the Simplex method turned out to be too complicated to do by hand and the interior point method was cooler and a better way of determining that Chad should do the dishes.
Keywords: Transportation Problem, Household Chores, Assignment, Relationships, Interior Point Method, Optimization
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Part 2: Behavioral Conditioning Methods to Stop my Boyfriend from Playing The Witcher 3
Part 3: Sub-Nyquist Sampling While Listening to my Girlfriend