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Multistage Committee Election

@article{Bredereck2020MultistageCE,
  title={Multistage Committee Election},
  author={Robert Bredereck and Till Fluschnik and A. Kaczmarczyk},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2005.02300}
}
Electing a single committee of a small size is a classical and well-understood voting situation. Being interested in a sequence of committees, we introduce and study two time-dependent multistage models based on simple Plurality voting. Therein, we are given a sequence of voting profiles (stages) over the same set of agents and candidates, and our task is to find a small committee for each stage of high score. In the conservative model we additionally require that any two consecutive committees… Expand
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