Algorithm: extension of the stable marriage problem with a Python class

As soon as I saw this open source document, I thought that the best way to replicate your code would be to use a Python class. After having replicated and extended the paper arxiv link here, using a class, I saw this question here that uses loops.

I still think that when one sees the problem of stable marriage, an agent comes to mind as a solution. I would like to ask the community if my implementation is solid and pythonic.

The central point is a Class of people as below The idea is that all the functionality: send messages, receive messages, maintain the classification of other group preferences, store partners, match and divorce is a single class of agent.

Then, another GitHub / BAFurtado / HISMP / code calls the class, generates the agents and applies the conditions.

The biggest advantage, I see, is the flexibility to adapt and change the class. Therefore, I extended the problem of instability with the possibility that any of the agents (belonging to any of the groups: Man or Woman) could be active messengers. I also included a I j signal that informs me if a given agent has successfully sent a message to all the members of the other group.

I would be happy to hear your opinions and suggestions.

"" "Main class of agents.
Be it males or females
I am ready to be ACTIVE or PASSIVE agents (see the attached document in arXiv)

import numpy as np

Person of class:

def __init __ (self, name, active): = name
self.j = 0
self.my_ranking = None
self.my_partner = None
self.my_energy = None
self.status = active
self.messaged = False

Def classification (self, other_group):
group = other_group.copy ()
np.random.shuffle (group)
self.my_ranking = group

definitive party (own, candidate):
self.my_partner = candidate

Div divorce (auto):
self.my_partner = None

def send_msg (auto):
yes self.status == True:
yes self.my_partner == None:
for i in the range (self.j, len (self.my_ranking)):
result = self.my_ranking[self.j].receive_msg (self)
self.j + = 1
yes self.j == len (self.my_ranking):
self.messaged = True
if the result == & # 39; + & # 39 ;:

def receive_msg (auto, candidate):
if self.my_partner is None:
self.match (candidate)
candidate.match (self)
returns & # 39; + & # 39;
elif [ for i in self.my_ranking].index ( <
                [ for i in self.my_ranking].index (
self.my_partner.divorce ()
self.match (candidate)
candidate.match (self)
returns & # 39; + & # 39;
back & # 39; - & # 39;

def energy (self):
if self.my_partner is not None:
self.my_energy = [ for i in self.my_ranking].index ( + 1
returns self.my_energy
self.my_energy = len (self.my_ranking) + 1
returns self.my_energy

Man class (Person):

Female class (Person):