Kacprzyk, Wagner (eds.), Group decisions and voting_2003

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The majority of papers presented in this volume deal with the mathematical description of problems that arise in voting and elections. They were written by world known specialists on these problems. The papers deal with both theoretical and practical problems introducing mathematical rigor to the problems of great practical consequences to all people who live in democratic societies. The problems of voting and elections are modeled using different methodologies, such as theory of games and theory of probability. Another group of papers is devoted to the crucial problem of the social choice - reaching a consensus in group decision making. All the papers present the state of the art in respective areas, and give a rare opportunity to look at these very important problems from the point of view of the systems analysis.





  1. G. GAMBARELLI, „Minimax apportionments”
  2. M.J. HOLLER, G. OWEN, „Present and future of power measures”
  3. H. NURMI, „Decision making in committees: an introductory overview”
  4. F. TUMOVEC, „Evaluation of national, political and institutional influence in consultation, operation and co-decision procedures of the EU decision making”
  5. M. WIDGREN, S. NAPEL, „The power of a spatially inferior player”
  6. H. BURY, D.WAGNER , „Use of preference vectors in group judgement. The median of Litvak”
  7. J. KACPRZYK, S. ZADROŻNY, „Computing with words in decision making through individual and collective linguistic choice rules”
  8. M. KRAWCZAK, „Parametrization and game approach to neural networks learning”
  9. R. KULIKOWSKI, L. KRUŚ, „Support of education decisions”
  10. M. MALAWSKI, „On extending 'counting' power indices”
  11. M. MAZURKIEWICZ, J.W. MERCIK, „Paradox of multiple election - the probabilistic approach”
  12. J.W. OWSIŃSKI, „Opinion structure and agreement conditions in group decision: the cluster analysis perspective”
  13. H. SOSNOWSKA, „How to predict self-stable majority rules?”
  14. A. STRASZAK, „E-voting system for virtual scientific board formation in virtual knowledge organizations”
  15. G. SZKATUŁA, D. WAGNER, „Programmes of parties versus their location on the political scene Application of decision rules to describe the differences”
  16. E. SZMIDT, J. KACPRZYK, „A consensus reaching process under intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations”
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