The Art / Science Dating Game
Your author on one of his 14 dates last Thursday at PositiveFeedback's Climate Change Art/Science Dating Game. Collaboration, not romance. The dating game. The solution to today's puzzle Sign up for Lab Notes - the Guardian's weekly science update. Read more. If you decide to. Data can tell you how to up your online dating game only a 33 percent reply rate, and there isn't any science out there evaluating why that is. That time frame is "the sweet spot," says the study's co-author Art Ramirez, who.
Can you improve your odds from 1 in 3? You must assume that you know nothing about the average attractiveness of the group that the suitors are selected from.
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If you see the most attractive person you have ever seen behind the first door, there is still a 50 per cent chance that the person behind the second door is even more attractive. The question is not psychological or sociological: The puzzle is mathematical: Solution The most concise answer was suggested by reader Michael John: You must use the first person as a reference for what comes next. In more detail, and with some maths, the strategy is this: Select a door, and reject the person behind it.
Select a second door, and proceed as follows. If you think that this person is a better match than the person behind the first door, choose them. If you think that this person is a worse match than the person behind the first door, reject them. Your choice is the person behind the final door. There are three possible cases for the person behind the first door: The strategy tells us to reject A. Since A is the best match, in this case you wont get your best match. The strategy tells us to reject B, and choose another door: If we get C, we reject them, since C is a worse match than B.
We end up with A, our best match. If we get A, we choose them, since A is a better match than B.
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The strategy tells us to reject C, and choose another door: If we get B, we choose B, since B is a better match than C. If we get A, we choose A, since A is a better match than C. In summary, we win if we see B first, or if we see C and then A. We have increased our chances of getting the best match from 1 in 3, to 1 in 2.
Discussion I adapted the puzzle from a well-known mathematical problem, the Marriage problem, in which the set-up is similar: The context makes many sexist assumptions, of course. The problem is also known as the Secretary problem, in which a boss sees n different candidates for the position of secretary.
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Urania Mylonas When the first of my 14 dates sat down across from me, my stomach turned a bit. What if I got 14 rejections? After all, we came from such different backgrounds!
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Luckily my fears were completely unfounded. To help practitioners of the two disciplines find common ground and develop new professional relationships.
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Lisa Phillips, co-director of PositiveFeedback, sees connections in the processes artists and scientists go through as well. And though their outputs might look different, even they share some similarities. Whether taking a stream of numbers and making a forecast or a thought or emotion and making a painting, both scientists and artists can take something abstract and make it more visceral of course the inverse can also be true.
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