
Representative Proxy Voting
We study a model of proxy voting where the candidates, voters, and proxi...
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FavoriteCandidate Voting for Eliminating the Least Popular Candidate in Metric Spaces
We study singlecandidate voting embedded in a metric space, where both ...
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Biased Average Position Estimates in Line and Bar Graphs: Underestimation, Overestimation, and Perceptual Pull
In visual depictions of data, position (i.e., the vertical height of a l...
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Online Absolute Ranking with Partial Information: A Bipartite Graph Matching Approach
Ever since the introduction of the secretary problem, the notion of sele...
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Opportunity costs in the game of best choice
The game of best choice, also known as the secretary problem, is a model...
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Token Curated Registries  A Game Theoretic Approach
Token curated registries (TCRs) have been proposed recently as an approa...
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Information flow in political elections: a stochastic perspective
Often times, a candidate's attractiveness is directly associated with hi...
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LineUp Elections: Parallel Voting with Shared Candidate Pool
We introduce the model of lineup elections which captures parallel or sequential singlewinner elections with a shared candidate pool. The goal of a lineup election is to find a highquality assignment of a set of candidates to a set of positions such that each position is filled by exactly one candidate and each candidate fills at most one position. A score for each candidateposition pair is given as part of the input, which expresses the qualification of the candidate to fill the position. We propose several voting rules for lineup elections and analyze them from an axiomatic and an empirical perspective using realworld data from the popular video game FIFA.
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