The Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences and Center for the Study of Democracy
"Conference on Voting Theory"
Saturday, October 24, 2009
9:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m.
Social Science Plaza A, Room 2112
Featured talks include:
"Problems in voting theory" - Donald Saari
"Problems from a more pragmatic perspective" - Bernard Grofman
"From finding where to picnic on an island to problems from psychology" - Louis Narens
"Linear tests for uniformity and the problem of m alternatives and n judges" - Anna Bargagliotti
"Studying voting for committees using wreath products" - Stephen Lee
"Extending Condorcet's criterion and searching for forbidden words" - Jennifer Townsend
"Orthogonal weighting vectors and Pascal's Triangle" - Michael Orrison
"Decomposition behavior in aggregated data sets" - Karl-Dieter Crisman
Agenda | Presentations
This conference is free and open to the public.
For further questions, please contact Janet Phelps, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karl-Dieter Crisman - "Decomposition behavior in aggregated data sets"
Stephen Lee - "Studying voting for committees using wreath products"
Jennifer Townsten - "Extending Condorcet's criterion and searching for forbidden words"