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If you don’t have access to a 3D printer, you can always experiment with cardboard and foil, though your own homemade creation will almost certainly be less effective.“By shaping signals, users can increase wireless efficiency through lessening the signal-deadening impact of building materials and interior layouts,” said the researchers.“We expect future research to examine in more depth the issue of match quality and long-term outcomes as they relate to marriage, happiness, long-term relationships, and divorce,” the researchers conclude.“One-Way Mirrors and Weak-Signaling in Online Dating: A Randomized Field Experiment,” Ravi Bapna, Jui Ramaprasad, Galit Shmueli, Akhmed Umyarov. Gabriel is hired to illegally cross Yolanda, a 7 year old girl, over the border from Mexico.“To create the technology, the research designed an algorithm that optimizes a reflector's 3-D shape to target wireless coverage.
It managed to increase signal strength by 6d B in the areas where a boost was needed, and decrease signal strength by up to 10d B in areas where a connection wasn’t required or wanted.“Men send four times the number of messages that women do,” says co-author Akhmed Umyarov, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.“So the anonymity feature doesn’t change things so much for men.”Experiments of this sort could be used in a range of online-matching platforms to help understand how to improve the consumer experience – though it’s important that the experiments be done ethically, the researchers say.“Even though people are willing to pay to become anonymous in online dating sites, we find that the feature is detrimental to the average users,” says Professor Ravi Bapna, co-author and the Carlson Chair in Business Analytics and Information Systems at Minnesota.This was especially true for female users: those with anonymous browsing wound up with an average of 14% fewer matches. Women don’t like to send personal messages to initiate contact, explains Jui Ramaprasad, an assistant professor of information systems at Mc Gill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management.In other words, she says, “We still see that women don’t make the first move.” Instead, they tend to send what the researchers call a “weak signal.”“Weak signaling is the ability to visit, or ‘check out,’ a potential mate’s profile so the potential mate knows the focal user visited,” according to the study.