largest remainder (hare, droop, imperiali, hagenbach-bischoff)
proportional forms of instant runoff voting
single transferable vote (gregory, wright)
proportional forms of condorcet methods
proportional forms of approval voting
proportional approval voting
sequential proportional approval voting
fair majority voting
additional member system
parallel voting (mixed-member majoritarian)
alternative vote plus
other systems and related theory
random selection (sortition, random ballot)
comparison of electoral systems
social choice theory
public choice theory
tideman's alternative methods, including alternative smith and alternative schwartz, are two electoral systems developed by nicolaus tideman which select a single winner using votes that express preferences. these methods can also create a sorted list of winners.
these methods are smith- and schwartz-efficient, respectively, and thus are condorcet methods.
Tideman's Alternative Methods, including Alternative Smith and Alternative Schwartz, are two electoral systems developed by Nicolaus Tideman which select a single winner using votes that express preferences. These methods can also create a sorted list of winners.