[EM] U/P & CD
cbenham at adam.com.au
Tue Sep 20 18:28:36 PDT 2016
Thanks for that explanation.
I now see that I erred when I claimed that U/P meets CD and therefore
has some justification versus
some other 3-slot FBC methods (such as IBIFA, MTA, MCA).
On 9/20/2016 10:46 PM, Michael Ossipoff wrote:
> One statement I left out of the CD definition was that the C voters
> vote C over A & B. But I think that's understood.
> Referring to that definition:
> We can call the U/P ratings top, bottom & middle. A middle rating just
> means neither a disqualification vote nor a preference vote.
> Say the C voters bottom vote A & B.
> Say the A & B voters bottom-vote C.
> Say the A voters middle-rate B.
> ...& the B voters bottom-vote A.
> All of that is consistent with CD's premise.
> B is the only candidate not bottom voted (disqualified) by a majority.
> B wins. CD's requirement isn't met.
> Michael Ossipoff
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