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Non-deterministic voting methods include some degree of randomness or otherwise can't be done purely with the information on voters' ballots, such that an identical election using identical ballots might not produce the same result.
 
Non-deterministic voting methods include some degree of randomness or otherwise can't be done purely with the information on voters' ballots, such that an identical election using identical ballots might not produce the same result.
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Otherwise deterministic methods with random tiebreakers are usually not considered to be nondeterministic methods unless the method fails the [[w:resolvability criterion]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:23, 23 September 2021

Non-deterministic voting methods include some degree of randomness or otherwise can't be done purely with the information on voters' ballots, such that an identical election using identical ballots might not produce the same result.

Otherwise deterministic methods with random tiebreakers are usually not considered to be nondeterministic methods unless the method fails the w:resolvability criterion.

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Pages in category "Non-deterministic voting methods"

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