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In graph theory, a matching is a subset of a graph's edges such hat no two edges meet the same vertex. A matching is maximum if no other matching contains more edges. A trivial solution (exhaustive search) to the problem of finding a maximum matching has exponential complexity. We illustrate polynomial time solutions to the problem that were published between 1965 and 1991.
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