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Display titleMaximize Affirmed Majorities
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Page creatorimported>WikipediaBot
Date of page creation20:15, 26 January 2005
Latest editorLegrand (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit21:48, 25 August 2021
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Maximize Affirmed Majorities (MAM) is a voting method developed by Stephen Eppley that selects a single winner using votes that express each voter's order of preference. MAM also constructs the complete order of finish, and is defined in terms of constructing the "best" order of finish.
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