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How to predict election winners from a poll

Philip L.H. Yu () and K. Lam

Journal of Applied Statistics, 1997, vol. 24, issue 1, pages 11-24

Abstract: Suppose that we have k candidates in an election and that the top m winners will be elected. Assume that the voters can select up to m (

Date: 1997
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