[Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell Logo Voting has started!
igloo at earth.li
Tue Mar 17 16:53:38 EDT 2009
On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 04:03:21PM -0400, Rick R wrote:
Only relative ordering matters for condorcet, not the absolute rank.
e.g., ranking A, B and C rank 1, and
D, E and F rank 6
is exactly the same as ranking
e.g., ranking A, B and C rank 2, and
D, E and F rank 3.
In both cases below, moving X down is moving X from the same rank as B
to a new rank between B and C,D. Presumably moving it down a second time
would merge the X and C,D ranks.
Personally, I found assigning ranks with the dropdown list to be
easiest. I first sorted them into approx 8 buckets (using ranks like
10,20,40,60,80,100 as buckets, although some ended up between two
buckets), and then sorted my highly ranked buckets (where "high" is the
end near 10).
> 2009/3/17 Daniel Schüssler <anotheraddress at gmx.de>
> > (correction of the example)
> > (105: ) (106: A) (107: X,B) (108: C,D) (109: E ) (110: )
> > moving down X will result in either
> > (105: A) (106: B) (107: X ) (108: C,D) (109: E ) (110: )
> > or equivalently
> > (105: ) (106: A) (107: B ) (108: X ) (109: C,D) (110: E)
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