[lqfb-main] Yet another proposal for application of Schulze Method for referendums
jbe at public-software-group.org
Wed Jun 1 02:03:16 UTC 2011
On 06/01/11 03:49, Jan Behrens wrote:
> On 06/01/11 03:37, Jan Behrens wrote:
>> The SSS approach prohibits this, but using the normal smith set instead
>> of the Supermajority Smith Set (SSS) already fixes the problem, while
>> being less conservative about the status quo (in most cases, i think)
> And in the few cases, where the SSS approach is less conservative about
> the status quo (as it includes a possible winner, which is not included
> in the normal smith set), then the property "when the status quo had won
> in the absence of supermajority requirements, then it also wins in the
> presence of supermajority requirements" is violated!
> This is another argument for using the normal smith set instead of the
> supermajority smith set.
> Jan Behrens
Sorry, probably made a mistake here, as in the absense of supermajority
requirements, all initiatives in the normal smith set are attainable, if
the status quo is not in the smith set.
I'd thus like to take this particular statement back.
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