Random walks and voting theory VIEILLE, Nicolas

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VIEILLE, Nicolas
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Mathematics of Operations Research
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Voting research -- Analysis; Mathematical programming -- Analysis; Computers and office automation industries
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Academic
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Voters' preferences depend on available information. Following Case-Based Decision Theory, we assume that this information is processed additively. We prove that the collective preferences dedu ...
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21568

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