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Display titlePower truncation
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Page creatorimported>James Green-Armytage
Date of page creation22:23, 20 June 2005
Latest editorPsephomancy (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit03:26, 12 August 2019
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Power Truncation, in a method which considers pairwise opposition, means that for every pair of candidates a and b truncated (not ranked) on a given ballot, a full vote of opposition is scored for each over the other, with the goal being to increase the maximum opposition sustained by those candidates even more than a random ordering would. Power Truncation could be an option that the voter may choose to use, or it could be built into a method's rules that this is how truncation is treated.
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