The Experimental Mathematics of Voting (Videotaped Lecture)

By Doron Zeilberger

Delivered Nov. 3, 2016

Videotaped lecture:

Abstract: As Condorcet, Arrow, and other people, have shown, there is no perfect voting system, but it is just as well, since voting raises interesting mathematical problems, many of them explorable with experimental mathematics.

[This lecture was delivered on Nov. 3, 2016, at the Rutgers University Experimental Mathematics seminar organized by Nathan Fox and Doron Zeilberger.]

Added Nov. 20, 2016: Here is a short writeup of the main results of the talk.

Acknowledgement: The video was filmed and uploaded to vimeo by Nathan Fox. It was uploaded to youtube by Edinah Gnang.

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