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Positional Voting Methods Satisfying the Criteria of Weak Mutual Majority and Condorcet Loser
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This paper considers a voting problem in which the individual preferences of electors are defined by the ranked lists of candidates. Expand
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How should we score athletes and candidates: geometric scoring rules
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We study whether scoring rules can be robust to adding or deleting particular candidates, as occurs with spoilers in political elections and with athletes in sports due to doping allegations. Expand
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Growth of Sphagnum is strongly rhythmic: Contribution of the seasonal, circalunar and third components.
Among the bryophytes, biological growth rhythms have not yet been identified due to a lack of long-term precision observations. Here we carry out precision field monitoring of the growth of the peatExpand
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Cooperative Game Theory Approaches for Network Partitioning
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We propose to use the methods of cooperative game theory that highlight not only the link density but also the mechanisms of cluster formation. Expand
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Cooperative Game Theory Approaches for Network Partitioning
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The paper is devoted to game-theoretic methods for community detection in networks that highlight not only link density but also the mechanisms of cluster formation. Expand
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Peat moss Sphagnum riparium follows a circatrigintan growth rhythm in situ: A case report
ABSTRACT In situ growth of Sphagnum riparium Ångstr. shoots were monitored during the 2015 and 2016 growing seasons in Karelia, Russia. It was established that shoot growth rates fluctuated with aExpand
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Measuring majority power and veto power of voting rules
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We study voting rules with respect to how they allow or limit a majority from dominating minorities: whether a voting rule makes a majority powerful and whether minorities can veto the candidates they prefer. Expand
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Minimal Envy and Popular Matchings
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We study ex-post fairness in the object allocation problem where objects are valuable and commonly owned. Expand
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A Ranking Procedure with the Shapley Value
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This paper considers the problem of electing candidates for a certain position based on ballots filled by voters. Expand
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Tournament solutions based on cooperative game theory
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A tournament can be represented as a set of candidates and the results from pairwise comparisons of the candidates. Expand
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