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FBC failure example[edit | edit source]
FBC failure example:
0.389: B>A=C 0.290: A>C>B 0.241: C>B>A 0.079: A=C>B --> C>A=B
Winner changes from B to C.
Initially all candidates are "beaten" per the definition. A and C partial-beat each other, but A pairwise beats C, disqualifying C. When A is lowered by the 0.079 faction, C is no longer "beaten" by A, leaving C as the only unbeaten candidate.
KVenzke (talk) 05:14, 22 April 2022 (UTC)
- Thank you for commenting, and welcome (again) to electowiki, KVenzke! Also, thanks for the reminder that I need to get back to working on aggregated ballot information format ("ABIF"). -- RobLa (talk) 06:29, 22 April 2022 (UTC)