Research and china and online dating
Then the online service will find matching users based on various algorithms.
The users are enabled to communicate with each other, often after they sign up for the service at a cost.
According to a recent survey, 40 million single people (out of 54 million) in the country have signed up with various online dating sites, and around 20 percent of currently committed romantic relationships began online. Our algorithm takes into account the mutual interests and attractiveness in both directions. This is hard for us to gauge because of lack of data.
Yizhou Sun, recently used data from Baihe.com, one of the leading dating websites in China with 60 million registered users, to develop a recommendation system that would help those seeking romance find a good match. When it comes to looking for potential dates, men in particular tend to be focused on their own interests and are oblivious of their “attractiveness” toward their possible dates, while women are more conscious of their own attractiveness.
Or, if they are not successful in finding a date, they get frustrated and they also go offline.
This makes it even more difficult for a partner to be found.
Li, a middle-aged man who has experienced blind dating says he has met women “who have no intention of finding a boyfriend. Mee-ting blind dates are group dates with no prior expectations of commitment, and are often used by university students.