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Tags

#computation #social-choice #voting-rules

Question

F is called liberal if, for every individual i ∈ N , there exist two distinct alternatives x, y ∈ X such that i is two-way decisive on x and y :

Answer

\(i\in N^R_{x\succ y}\) implies \(y\notin F(R)\) and \(i\in N^R_{y\succ x}\) implies \(x\notin F(R)\)

Tags

#computation #social-choice #voting-rules

Question

F is called liberal if, for every individual i ∈ N , there exist two distinct alternatives x, y ∈ X such that i is two-way decisive on x and y :

Answer

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Tags

#computation #social-choice #voting-rules

Question

F is called liberal if, for every individual i ∈ N , there exist two distinct alternatives x, y ∈ X such that i is two-way decisive on x and y :

Answer

\(i\in N^R_{x\succ y}\) implies \(y\notin F(R)\) and \(i\in N^R_{y\succ x}\) implies \(x\notin F(R)\)

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