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The density of random close packing of spheres
Models of randomly packed hard spheres exhibit some features of the properties of simple liquids, e.g. the packing density and the radial distribution. The value of the maximum packing density ofExpand
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Approval Balloting for Multi-winner Elections
Approval voting is a well-known voting procedure for single-winner elections. Voters approve of as many candidates as they like, and the candidate with the most approvals wins (Brams and FishburnExpand
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The Graph Model for Conflict Resolution: Past, Present, and Future
The Graph Model for Conflict Resolution is a methodology for the modeling and analysis of strategic conflicts that can be used to provide advice to decision-makers facing strategic conflicts. Expand
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A minimax procedure for electing committees
Abstract A new voting procedure for electing committees, called the minimax procedure, is described. Based on approval balloting, it chooses the committee that minimizes the maximum Hamming distanceExpand
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The graph model for conflicts
The graph model for conflicts is developed as a comprehensive methodology for realistically analyzing real world conflicts. Expand
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A case-based distance model for multiple criteria ABC analysis
We introduce a case-based multiple-criteria ABC analysis that improves on this approach by accounting for additional criteria, such as lead time and criticality of SKUs, thereby providing more managerial flexibility. Expand
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Fallback Bargaining
Under fallback bargaining, bargainers begin by indicating their preference rankings over alternatives. They then fall back, in lockstep, to less and less preferred alternatives – starting with firstExpand
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Satisfaction Approval Voting
We propose a new voting system, satisfaction approval voting (SAV), for multiwinner elections, in which voters can approve of as many candidates or as many parties as they like. However, the winnersExpand
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The paradox of multiple elections
Abstract. Assume that voters must choose between voting yes (Y) and voting no (N) on three propositions on a referendum. If the winning combination is NYY on the first, second, and thirdExpand
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Elicitation of Probabilities Using Competitive Scoring Rules
Several forecasters predict the probability of an event, and then make or receive payments contingent on their predictions and on whether the event actually occurs. Expand
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