[EM] Pinning down the meaning of "IRV without elimination"
stepjak at yahoo.fr
Mon Jan 30 19:46:28 PST 2023
Thanks for the reminder. I lost most of the method code I wrote during this period of time,
and I didn't remember this method.
I see I even posted a plot of it, which (given three candidates) placed it near methods
that tend to elect either the first preference winner or the approval winner. It would be
interesting to see it with four candidates. Sometimes this makes methods look a lot more
> Le lundi 30 janvier 2023 à 20:15:18 UTC−6, Etjon Basha <etjonbasha at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Dear gentlemen,
> A while ago I shared here my Iterated Bucklin count, which is the lovechild of Bucklin and
> IRV and can be thought of as a way to do IRV without any eliminations.
> Alternatively, one could maybe have Warren or Meek STV where you “elect” n candidates and
> eliminate the candidate with a keep value of 100% at each step. Repeat until you have a
> winner. I understand this involves eliminations but I think the way it goes about it takes
> care of the worst issues people have with IRV eliminating candidates.
> Best Regards,
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