From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-12 02:59:55
> Thanks to Kalin who did the initial tallies and
> Jason Hise who wrote the IRV tallying program, we
> have a winner: Simeon Nasilowski, entry number 67.
> The winning variation is 67b.
> Unless there are some more objections, or if someone
> can spot a bug in Jason Hise's program, we have a
> winner. Attached here is Jason's IRV program and the
> input file. I'd like to invite boosters to go check
> it out.
I'm not sure about votes like:
and votes like:
Does the IRV voting allows listing the same candidate several times? Will
this skew the resuls?
Does not look correct. Don't we number candidates from 1?
OTOH, the attached Python script I've just wrote by looking at
http://www.electionmethods.org/IRVexample.htm produces the same results:
'67' is the winner and '75' is the runner-up.
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