Difference between revisions of "Instant Runoff Normalized Ratings"

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If p is infinite, IRNR without the runoff would just become equivalent to [[range voting]] in the range [-1, 1] with an extra rule demanding that the best- or worst-rated candidate must have a rating with absolute value 1. The best strategy is then the same as for [[approval voting]] and again this statement's validity is unaffected by adding the runoff.
 
== Notes ==
It is possible to normalize by first observing the highest score the voter gave to any candidate, and pretending that is the maximum allowed score when interacting with that voter's ballot. In other words, a voter who gave their favorite a 3 out of 5 could have their ballot normalized such that the highest score they give to any candidate in any round of IRNR would be a max of 3 out of 5.
 
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