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hua1980 wrote:

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Hey Hua,

What is the point of this here? What I want is a plain]]>Mar 30, 2007 6:07:16 AMMar 30, 2007 6:07:16 AMraf@tiki-lounge.com0Re: The Powerless Voter
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I would have to say that what you contend only happens in elections which are not perfect. In a perfect world, The voting method]]>Nov 28, 2000 2:24:27 PMNov 28, 2000 2:24:27 PMlrg3@lehigh.edu0The Powerless Voter
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Key to the cited discussion is the following passage:

>These insights came quickly, but it was many years]]>Nov 28, 2000 10:46:42 AMNov 28, 2000 10:46:42 AMdanny_purvis@hotmail.com1Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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> I still have no idea what you mean by "random democracy". > Whatever voting scheme you propose, one can]]>Nov 22, 2000 11:15:32 AMNov 22, 2000 11:15:32 AMdog@fcbobDOTdemon.co.uk0Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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In article <8vc5jm$bij$1@pegasus.csx.cam.ac.uk>, Dan Goodman <dog@fcbobDOTdemon.co.uk> wrote: Nov 22, 2000 8:13:50 AMNov 22, 2000 8:13:50 AMhrubin@odds.stat.purdue.edu1Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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> What does "statistically unbiased" mean here? In statistics, > an unbiased estimator is one whose]]>Nov 20, 2000 4:38:55 PMNov 20, 2000 4:38:55 PMdog@fcbobDOTdemon.co.uk2Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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In article <_PcS5.3766$%r1.16701@news1.atl>, Chip Eastham <eastham@bellsouth.net> wrote:

>"Dan]]>Nov 20, 2000 3:58:07 PMNov 20, 2000 3:58:07 PMhrubin@odds.stat.purdue.edu3Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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"Dan Goodman" <dog@fcbobDOTdemon.co.uk> wrote in message news://8usoh9$ev7$1@pegasus.csx.cam.ac.uk... Nov 20, 2000 12:13:58 PMNov 20, 2000 12:13:58 PMeastham@bellsouth.net4Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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On 20 Nov 2000 06:27:49 GMT, kramsay@aol.commangled (Keith Ramsay) wrote:

>[...] When people say, "your]]>Nov 20, 2000 9:54:09 AMNov 20, 2000 9:54:09 AMullrich@math.okstate.edu0Re: Math and the electoral college's virtue
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Keith Ramsay wrote:

> I don't think you can get very far in trying to describe who is > "favored" by a]]>Nov 20, 2000 6:53:12 AMNov 20, 2000 6:53:12 AMoliver@math.ucla.edu0