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Warren Smith founded the Center for Range Voting jointly with Jan Kok in 2005, after starting rangevoting.org in 2003. He measured benefit for the range voting system via computer election simulations with the aid of a statistical yardstick called Bayesian Regret (closely related to social utility efficiency).
Warren is also known for having devised a number of new cardinal methods, such as Reweighted Range Voting, and for having reexamined others and brought them back to light, like Thiele's method.
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For more information about Warren Smith, visit one of the following links:
- His résumé page at http://scorevoting.net/WarrenSmithPages/homepage/myresume.html
- Archives of his math.temple.edu page:
- From 2005: https://web.archive.org/web/20050225062656/http://www.math.temple.edu/~wds/homepage/works.html
- From 2010: https://web.archive.org/web/20100114230736/http://math.temple.edu/~wds/homepage/works.html
- From 2011 (April; final copy): https://web.archive.org/web/20110411040952/http://math.temple.edu/~wds/homepage/works.html
- Final homepage at Temple University