IFPP and Schulze comments (re [EM] Craig's posts
markus.schulze at alumni.tu-berlin.de
Wed Sep 12 16:38:10 PDT 2001
you wrote (13 Sep 2001):
> Markus wrote (7 Sep 2001):
> > IFPP also violates the participation criterion. If 5 BCA voters hadn't
> > gone to the polls, then C would have been elected. Thus these 5 BCA
> > voters changed the winner from C to A.
> Where is the example?
I am talking about Rob's example
The IFPP winner is A. However, if 5 BCA voters hadn't voted, then this
example would have looked as follows:
Now the IFPP winner is C. Thus, by going to the polls these 5 BCA voters
changed the winner from candidate C to candidate A.
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