|Nurmi (1987) investigated the relationship between voting rules |
by determining the frequency that two rules pick the same winner.
We use statistical techniques such as clustering and multidimensional
scaling to further understand the relationships between rules. We
also investigate how the relationships change when elections with
Condorcet winners are excluded from the frequency data, and when the
homogeneity of the voting population is increased.
Social choice rule, profile, Polya-Eggenberger distribution
Math Review Classification
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