Bonifacio Llamazares

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In the classical theory of social choice, there exist many voting procedures for determining a collective preference on a set of alternatives. The simplest situation happens when a group of individuals has to choose between two alternatives. In this context, some voting procedures such as simple and absolute special majorities are frequently used. However,(More)
In this paper the Borda rule is extended by allowing the voters to show their preferences among alternatives through linguistic labels. To this aim, we need to add them up for assigning a qualification to each alternative and then to compare such qualifications. Theoretically, all these assessments and comparisons fall into a totally ordered commutative(More)