[EM] Cloneproof Schwartz Sequential Dropping / Schulze

James Green-Armytage jarmyta at antioch-college.edu
Thu Jul 17 20:09:01 PDT 2003

Dear Condorcet experts,

	Is this an example where CSSD and SSD give different results?
	I know that the CSSD result is a tie between A and B. 
	What does SSD do here? Does it give the victory to C? That hardly makes
sense to me... But if that's the difference, then I suppose I understand

(By the way, these are pairwise competitions, and the little 'v' stands
for 'versus'.)

A v B:	50 v 50
A v C:	40 v 30
A v D:	40 v 30
B v C:	40 v 30
B v D:	40 v 30
C v D:	60 v 40

-- James

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