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However stable matchings, and more generally, popular matchings need not exist when G is non-bipartite. ... We introduce a relaxation of both popular matchings and Copeland winners called weak Copeland winners. ... To define these matchings, we draw inspiration from the voting interpretation of popular matchings. Copeland's method. ...arXiv:2105.13729v2 fatcat:jrjrc4l4bveefmktrtsdmy2il4
The resultant model, which includes higher-order bottom effect terms proportional to the square of bottom slope and to the bottom curvature, is merely an extension of the Copeland's model to account for ... The model developed is verified against other numerical or experimental results related to wave reflection from a plane slope with different inclination, from a patch of periodic ripples, and from an arc-shaped ... In this study, the finite element method or the eigenfunction expansion method is employed where appropriate in order to examine the accuracy of the model we develop and the existing Copeland's model. ...doi:10.1016/s0378-3839(98)00028-3 fatcat:bhll46oktzdw3mbifxiio6ujk4
This study determined that Copeland's Method worked best in every situation, matching a theory made by Davis, DeGroot, and Hinich,3 followed by approval voting under manipulation and Borda under honesty ... Every system is susceptible to unwanted paradoxes and potential for tactical voting.1 Warren Smith used computer simulations under a Monte Carlo method with voters' feelings toward candidates based on ... I also thank Mary Eileen Wood and the Terra Northeast Fair Judges for their interest and feedback, for choosing my project as a Ying Scholars Semifinalist, and for suggesting that I submit to this journal ...doi:10.36838/v2i2.6 fatcat:b2r2nd5zc5dvlklb5mrccssnfq
The final results were then processed using the rank average method, Borda count and Copeland's method. ... MCDM methods were used for this purpose: entropy, Criterion Impact LOSs (CILOS) and Integrated Determination of Objective Criteria Weights (IDOCRIW) methods were used to determine the objective weights ... Author Contributions: The individual contribution and responsibilities of the authors were as follows: Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas and Ieva Ubarte provided and designed the research concept and the purpose ...doi:10.3390/su9050702 fatcat:nilotzjwvnejlarsy5bxigmscq
Study area and abandoned channel restoration site. ... The channel response prediction results, narrower channels with deeper depths and mild slopes, were expected compared with the current condition. ... Copeland's method is used most commonly for stable channel evaluation and design in alluvial rivers and is one of the analytical methods selected for the SAM (Stable Channel Analytical Model) program developed ...doi:10.4236/eng.2011.35053 fatcat:uzwkb766kzevrlxdtlgcvqfi6e
The first experiment was performed with the purposed amplitude and frequency technique, while the second experiment was performed with constant frequency and amplitude. ... In both, the users used the complete entertainment environment to rank the similarity between 3 different haptic signals, with triangular, square and analogue envelopes and 4 different instruments in a ... If the Copeland's method is applied to the results of the rst experiment, then the Copeland's favourites of each instrument are: the square envelope for violin and ute, the triangle envelope for the harpsichord ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.1175968 fatcat:n3zb7mdbhngadechuaayvcz4xe
We have described and adopted six election methods which have been used as an aggregator of partial results. We have performed experiments on the data gathered at the fire ground. ... All of them have been well described and results have been compared. The paper includes a discussion and interpretation of results obtained. ... Copeland's method This is a condorset  method which returns results in form of a ranking. ...doi:10.15439/2014f494 dblp:conf/fedcsis/SosnowskiPL14 fatcat:it6d6cuxnzed3dglwskvv42coy
Here we show that the algorithm execution account entails limited pancomputationalism, despite Copeland's argument to the contrary. ... The counterfactual account of physical computation is simple and, for the most part, very attractive. ... In Copeland's words, it 'consists of two parts: (1) the designation of certain parts of the entity as label-bearers, and (2) the method for specifying the label borne by each label-bearing part at any ...doi:10.1007/s11229-019-02275-w fatcat:fkscvliuyndo5h7wv2avlaobdi
Journal of Education
. | Copeland’s Velvet Carpet, $24 per gross, and Woolen Cloth, $30. (Smaller quantities 50 cents per package extra.) ... In this work the teacher visits hun- dreds upon hundreds of schools, and has an opportunity, if observing, to study their workings and the best methods of teach- ing. ...
candidate that should lose every direct match up with another top candidate. ... On the other end, Donald Trump loses every pairwise match up, giving him a score of -7. ...arXiv:1901.07542v1 fatcat:qw4h6b7k7vg4dcqnzkryfimseu
The Financial Systems of Industrial Countries
We debate the intellectual environment that influenced Copeland's work, namely the building of national accounting and the discussion on business cycle measurement. ... and 1990s, and its revival in recent years, mostly influenced by the financial crisis. ... methods, timing of entries, evaluation rules, and estimation methods. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23111-7_2 fatcat:6ona5au5ynbsrk3lohigd7wwxy
We determine acceptability-distortion for a number of rules, including Plurality, Borda, k-Approval, Veto, the Copeland's rule, Ranked Pairs, the Schulze's method, and STV. ... We consider elections where both voters and candidates can be associated with points in a metric space and voters prefer candidates that are closer to those that are farther away. ... In particular, if ℓ = 1, this bound equals From the above theorem, we get that for ℓ = 1 each Condorcet election method matches the lower bound from Theorem 4.1. ...arXiv:1901.06709v1 fatcat:uuln2ah6gjbpfcjrvtehqroqt4
Then, in the midst of,a brooding si- lence which seemed to cast a spell upon the household, he arose cautious- ly, softly groped about for his dressing gown and slippers, and dropped a box of matches into ... Copeland’s memory bade fair to prove a serious bar. ...
The positional methods are the only algorithms that use this additional information. ... Theoretically, we give lower bounds on the performance for many of the "pure" methods. ... us, and David Williamson for helpful discussions. ...doi:10.1137/1.9781611972894.4 dblp:conf/alenex/SchalekampZ09 fatcat:fxqn77mp2rbwhpfhbmledvcyky
We also thank the island staff and volunteers, especially J. and D. Millborrow, C. Tay ... We thank the Skomer and Skokholm Islands Advisory Committee, Copeland Bird Observatory, Scottish Natural Heritage, the Landmark Trust, and the National Trust for Scotland for permission to conduct the ... MATERIALS AND METHODS Data loggers Logger deployments were made over 3 consecutive years on birds breeding at 4 colonies across the species' core breeding range (see Fig. ...doi:10.3354/meps11443 fatcat:346y4fhmfraz5aciy6tdtmaaui
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