Prices Matter for the Parameterized Complexity of Shift Bribery


In the Shift Bribery problem, we are given an election (based on preference orders), a preferred candidate p, and a budget. The goal is to ensure p’s victory by shifting p higher in some voters’ preference orders. However, each such shift request comes at a price (depending on the voter and on the extent of the shift) and we must not exceed the given budget… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ic.2016.08.003
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