... with **majority** **rule** calculated on the basis of preferences is impossible even when the electorate is polarized, and there is no guarantee that AV agrees with ...the **majority** **rule** on polarized ...

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... the **majority** **rule** and showed that if a proﬁle satisﬁes n DP (for each agent there is a pair which he regards indif- ferent), then **majority** **rule** is ...of **majority** **rule** whereas we ...

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... May’s ( 1952 ) condition of “positive responsiveness”, a variant of Arrow’s “positive as- sociation of social and individual values” ( 1963 , p. 25), is a key component of his char- acterization of **majority** ...

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... the social rankings. Such results are not surprising since our results are similar to a random selection when there is no structure in the data. 5 Conclusion and future work In this paper, we presented some new results ...

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... consider **Majority** **Rule** Sorting (MR-sort), a popular model for multiple criteria decision analysis, based on pairwise comparisons between alternatives and idealized profiles representing the “limit” of each ...

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... Keywords: **majority** **rule**, median graph, tree, Condorcet winner, intermediate preferences JEL Classification D720, D710 1 Introduction The **majority** **rule** is a prominent voting **rule** if ...

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... also **majority** cycles are ...the **majority** mechanism. As a result, the strategy-proofness of the **majority** **rule** has no meaning since the **majority** choice is not well-defined for most of the ...

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... Abstract. Consider a two dimensional lattice with the von Neumann neighborhood such that each site has a value belonging to {0, 1} which changes state following a freezing non-strict **majority** **rule**, i.e., ...

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... These results are consistent with empirical and experimental evidence that committee decisions typically involve quali ed, rather than simple, majorities. For example, the voting records of the committees of the Bank of ...

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... Keywords and phrases distributed voting, **majority** **rule** Digital Object Identifier 10.4230/LIPIcs.MFCS.2016.55 1 Introduction Distributed voting is a fundamental problem in distributed computing. We are given ...

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... the **rule** concludes y ≈ 3x, then the quality of the **rule** could depend on the difference ∣y − ...a **rule** mining algorithm produces both numerical and non-numerical rules, and if numerical rules have an ...

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... - “K 16 : knowledge relative to material of filter support” provided by one decision maker.. We have applied the DOMLEM algorithm, proposed in DRSA method to infer rules permitting to[r] ...

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... mapping **rule** builder which is responsible for generating mapping rules from QoS information coming from different ...mapping **rule** builder consists in mining the statistical data and configuration files ...

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... non-strict **majority** model for the random graph G (n, ...strict **majority** case, we first state a consequence of the work of Balogh and Pittel [15] on random d-regular graphs mentioned ...

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... The intermediate normal cone leads to a tighter marginal pricing **rule**. But it remains to know if it is the tightest or not. The following computation shows that the answer is no since by considering another ...

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... the **majority** problem We recall that PP is the set of languages accepted by a probabilistic polynomial-time Turing Machine with an error probability of less than 1 /2 for each instance, ...a **majority** of ...

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... A logic for reasoning about data provided by several in- formation source has been presented. It has been proved that the underlying merging operator it axiomatizes be- longs to the class of **majority** merging ...

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... La clause de verrouillage numérique a été contestée par de nombreux témoins qui ont comparu devant le comité parlementaire chargé d’examiner le projet de loi durant la dernière législatu[r] ...

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... Many other **rule**-based methods were proposed afterwards. Among them, the light S stemming only deals with plural forms, and so presents little compression power. On the other hand, (Paice, 1990) proposed a strong ...

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... should **rule** that less than due care was exerted if the evidence satis…es x < x( ...negligence **rule** to implement p b if, and only if, such an evidentiary standard ...

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