Exploring the No-Show Paradox for Condorcet Extensions Using Ehrhart Theory and Computer Simulations


Results from voting theory are increasingly used when dealing with collective decision making in computational multiagent systems. An important and surprising phenomenon in voting theory is the No-Show Paradox (NSP), which occurs if a voter is better off by abstaining from an election. While it is known that certain voting rules suffer from this paradox in… (More)


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