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Page creatorVoteFair (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation17:48, 14 January 2020
Latest editorBetterVotingAdvocacy (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit09:23, 25 May 2020
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Pairwise counting is the process of considering a set of items, comparing one pair of items at a time, and for each pair counting the comparison results. In the context of voting theory, it involves comparing pairs of candidates or winner sets (usually using majority rule) to determine the winner and loser of the pairwise matchup. This is done by looking at voters' (usually ranked or rated) ballots to count, for each pair of candidates, which one they indicated a preference for, if they did. The pairwise preference article discusses how pairwise comparison information can be used.
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