[EM] D2MAC can be much more efficient than Range Voting (corrected)
heitzig-j at web.de
Thu Mar 8 14:24:53 PST 2007
> ok, let us review.
> The two drawn ballots are both "favourite A, also approved C" and btoh A and C are
> approved. I do not understand why C wins with certainty here.
> Refer to the defn of the method at top. If not the favourite "more approved"
> than mere approval? And even if both are considered equally approved
> by the two ballots, then why is C winning with certainty?
Perhaps there is another misunderstanding.
By "most approved" I mean "largest approval score".
Hence, if C is approved (=favourite or also approved) by all voters,
but A is only approved by 55% and B only be 45%,
C is the "most approved compromise" (MAC) of any two drawn ballots.
Another small clarification which is however only important in small
By "draw 2 ballots" I mean "twice draw a ballot at random, with
because this usually simplifies the analysis a bit.
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