# The story of a perfect date

The pattern for a choice of dating

This is a classic case of dating and matching after a date. Let us assume that a person has three friends who are girls, and they dote on the same male person. We have to find a solution for a perfect date which may happen with a movie, museum and library. (Can happen both sides, as this is supposed to be a non male-centric world!) Let us name the three girls as A, B and C.

Let us assume that the male person X has three options to choose from the choice of three persons A, B and C, which are going to a movie, museum and library respectively. The matrix of choice for X and A, B and C are given below.

 Choices of persons Movie Museum Library X 1 -1 0 A 1 0 -1 B -1 1 0 C -1 0 1

Here,

‘-1’ means not a choice

‘0’ means may or may not go

‘+1’ means a good choice

Let us draw the matrix for choice from the side of X.

 A as a Choice of X B as a Choice of X C as a Choice of X Choice of X 1 0 -1

Here,

‘-1’ means not an option as a prime consort

‘0’ may or may not happen for a date as a consort

‘+1’ means a good choice as a prospective choice as a girl friend

Now, to create a perfect date the choices can be used for movie, museums and library, we can draw the pay-off matrix as below. Here, the first value of the pay-off matrix denotes the choice and match of A, B and C respectively, while the next value denotes the ‘value’ of a relationship.

 Movie Museum Library A (1,2) (0,1) (0,0) B (-1,-1) (1,0) (0,-1) C (-1,-2) (0,-1) (1,0)

Here, the code for the perfect date is given below.

 Pay-Off Value 1 +2 Best choice as a consort Pay-Off Value 2 +1 Good choice for date Pay-Off Value 3 0 May or may not happen Pay-Off Value 4 -1 Case of less possibility Pay-Off Value 5 -2 Case of an impossible date

The assumptions are:

1. Choices for a consort and dating place are respected
2. The pay-off matrix is biased towards the person X
3. Impossible date means that the person X will adhere to the basic rules of selection