[EM] Fwd: New Method?

Jan Šimbera simbera.jan at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 09:36:51 PST 2020

My Python library (https://github.com/simberaj/votelib) could provide
the basis for such an election simulator. The new methods could be easily
added alongside existing ones; the simulation core and criterion evaluator
would have to be added, but I'll be glad to help with that given a clearer
True, running the simulations in pure Python will never be as fast, but I
the gain in modifiability outweighs that - many of the methods being
in this list could be implemented in just a few lines of code...

On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 11:27 AM Kristofer Munsterhjelm <
km_elmet at t-online.de> wrote:

> On 28/12/2020 07.06, Forest Simmons wrote:
> > Excuse the lack of examples; soon I will have an actual computer
> > keyboard for typing messages (and more) thanks to a generous gift from a
> > big hearted Santa Claus helper🧙‍♂️🎅🤶
> >
> > ... so soon you will see illustrative examples galore!
> With so many methods flying around, I feel like we could use an election
> simulator to (at a glance) determine if they're monotone, strategy
> resistant, etc.
> It would also aid experimentation if it weren't too difficult to
> implement methods in it (get the computer to do what you want it to).
> What language would be the easiest for you to program in? I have both a
> C/C++ infrastructure (https://github.com/kristomu/quadelect/) and some
> unpublished Python code that could do the job.
> -km
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