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Page creatorimported>DanBishop
Date of page creation22:59, 23 December 2005
Latest editorKristomun (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit17:54, 16 December 2021
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Candidate correlation is a measure of how "close" a pair of candidates is to being clones. The concept was introduced by Ken Kuhlman for his Correlated Instant Borda Runoff method.
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