[EM] Participation & SARC

Markus Schulze schulze at sol.physik.tu-berlin.de
Fri Jun 2 10:18:16 PDT 2000

Dear Mike,

you wrote (7 May 2000):
> Markus wrote (7 May 2000):
> > Do you think that the Pareto criterion is meaningless because
> > it is unrealistic for large electorates that there is a pair
> > of candidates such that every voter strictly prefers the one
> > candidate to the other candidate? Do you think that every
> > criterion that makes idealist presumptions is meaningless?
> The Pareto criterion is next-to-useless because it's met by
> so many methods.

I want you to remember that the Ossipoff Subcycle Method (= your
favourite method until August 1998) actually violates the Pareto

Markus Schulze
schulze at sol.physik.tu-berlin.de
schulze at math.tu-berlin.de
markusschulze at planet-interkom.de

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