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#chracterization #computation #social-choice #voting-rules
Question
Which notion of distance is defined by the following formula: $$\frac {1}{2} \sum_{i\in N} \#\{(x,y)\in X^2:1_{i\in N^R_{x\succ y}} \neq 1_{i\in N^{R'}_{x\succ y}}\}$$
Swap distance: minimal number of pairs of adjacent alternatives that need to get swapped to get from R to R' .

Tags
#chracterization #computation #social-choice #voting-rules
Question
Which notion of distance is defined by the following formula: $$\frac {1}{2} \sum_{i\in N} \#\{(x,y)\in X^2:1_{i\in N^R_{x\succ y}} \neq 1_{i\in N^{R'}_{x\succ y}}\}$$
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Tags
#chracterization #computation #social-choice #voting-rules
Question
Which notion of distance is defined by the following formula: $$\frac {1}{2} \sum_{i\in N} \#\{(x,y)\in X^2:1_{i\in N^R_{x\succ y}} \neq 1_{i\in N^{R'}_{x\succ y}}\}$$
Swap distance: minimal number of pairs of adjacent alternatives that need to get swapped to get from R to R' .
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