[EM] RP & CSSD pick A,B,C,& D
markus.schulze at alumni.tu-berlin.de
Thu Jan 16 14:56:59 PST 2003
Mike Ossipoff wrote (16 Jan 2003):
> But in all Condorcet versions, a candidate wins if
> he has no pairwise decisions for or against him.
Of course, that's not true.
A = B
A = C
A = D
A = E
A = F
B > C
B > D
B > E
B < F
C > D
C < E
C > F
D > E
D > F
E > F
Candidate A has no pairwise decisions for or against him.
However, e.g. Copeland chooses candidate B decisively.
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