[EM] IRV in San Francisco
kislanko at airmail.net
Tue Nov 16 13:14:31 PST 2004
This is an incredibly confusing statement. No one can be added or removed
from a ballot after the votes have been counted, so by this distinction
there is no such thing as an IIA spoiler.
More precisely, the "adding and removing" of an alternative is an alytical
trick that helps prove attributes of a method from a logical standpoint, and
has no meaning with regard to real elections.
ICC is just a weaker version of IIA, and has to be weaker because nothing
can pass IIA and meet three other desirable criteria.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: election-methods-electorama.com-bounces at electorama.com
> [mailto:election-methods-electorama.com-bounces at electorama.com
> ] On Behalf Of Eric Gorr
> Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 3:01 PM
> To: EM List
> Subject: Re: [EM] IRV in San Francisco
> At 8:03 PM -0800 11/15/04, Bart Ingles wrote:
> >What would be an example of a spoiler (ICC or other violation) which
> >is NOT an irrelevant alternative?
> With IIA, the spoiler is a candidate that is either added or removed
> from the ballots.
> With ICC, the spoiler is among the ballots already.
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