Hungarian Matching Demo

Back in 2013, as a class project, we built a javascript demo of the hungarian algorithm. The basic idea is that it’s a polynomial-time method to obtain the optimal matching between 2 sets of objects (e.g. matching people to resources), where every pairing has some cost (or reward) associated with it. I had never used javascript before this project, and I never used it again afterwards, so no idea if the code itself is any good, but it was a fun project.