Difference between revisions of "Relative criterion"

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Latest revision as of 04:57, 11 October 2005

A relative criterion requires that when the ballots are changed in some way, the result of the election must or must not change in some way. This is in contrast to an absolute criterion, which requires some result given some characteristic of a set of ballots.

Examples of relative criteria[edit | edit source]