Infinitely Extendible Voting System

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The Infinitely Extendible Voting System or IEVS is an election simulator written by Warren Smith.

It has three main functions:

  • Calculating Bayesian regret.
  • Rendering Yee diagrams.
  • Tallying elections with given inputs, currently only through a web interface.[1]

The latest version, version 3.24, was finished in February of 2007. It supports 68 voting methods.

There have been concerns about the assumptions underlying strategic voting.[2]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "IEVS voting calculator". Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  2. "RangeVoting's Bayesian Regret Simulations with Strategic Voters Appear Severely Flawed".

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