Andrew Mackenzie

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We introduce some new voting rules based on a spatial version of the median in R k known as the mediancentre, or Fermat-Weber point. Voting rules based on the mean include many that are familiar: the Borda Count, Kemeny rule, approval voting, etc. (see [35], [36]). These mean rules can be implemented by " voting machines " (interactive simulations of(More)
In many areas, experts often exhibit specialised eye movement behaviour which allows for more efficient task execution than novices. In some areas (e.g. Radiology), showing this pattern of eye movement behaviour to novices can help cue overt visual attention to more relevant areas; which allows for more efficient task completion. We present a study which(More)
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