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20 J. Ah-Pine, B. Mayag, and A. t. t. a BC) [9]). Let ν be a BC on 3N and x = (x1 , . . , xn ) ∈ Rn . t. ν is given by n |xσ(i) | ν(Nσ(i) ∩N + , Nσ(i) ∩N − )− ν(Nσ(i+1) ∩N + , Nσ(i+1) ∩N − ) Cν (x) := i=1 (14) where N + = {i ∈ N |xi ≥ 0}, N − = N \ N + , Nσ(i) := {σ(i), . . , σ(n)} and σ is a permutation on N such that |xσ(i) | ≤ |xσ(i+1) | ≤ . . ≤ |xσ(n) |. t. b, given by [11] : Cb (x) = (A1 ,A2 )∈3N x− j x+ i ∧ b(A1 , A2 ) i∈A1 (15) j∈A2 x+ x− if xi > 0 if xi < 0 i = xi i = −xi and . + xi = 0 if xi ≤ 0 x− = 0 if x i ≥ 0 i Note that Cν (x) = Cb (x) and the subscript is meant to clarify whether it is ν or b which is used in the calculation.

More surprisingly, this remains so even when the input ballots are almost trivial, that is, bgap = 1. Namely, if |Bi | ≥ (m + 1)/2 for all voters i, then all voters accept the ballot P. But if every voter i only satisﬁes the slightly weaker condition |Bi | ≥ m/2 , then both problems already become NP-complete. Next, formulating the problems as integer linear programs (ILPs) where the number of variables only depends (exponentially) on n implies ﬁxed-parameter tractability with respect to the parameter n.

T. a BC) [9]). Let ν be a BC on 3N and x = (x1 , . . , xn ) ∈ Rn . t. ν is given by n |xσ(i) | ν(Nσ(i) ∩N + , Nσ(i) ∩N − )− ν(Nσ(i+1) ∩N + , Nσ(i+1) ∩N − ) Cν (x) := i=1 (14) where N + = {i ∈ N |xi ≥ 0}, N − = N \ N + , Nσ(i) := {σ(i), . . , σ(n)} and σ is a permutation on N such that |xσ(i) | ≤ |xσ(i+1) | ≤ . . ≤ |xσ(n) |. t. b, given by [11] : Cb (x) = (A1 ,A2 )∈3N x− j x+ i ∧ b(A1 , A2 ) i∈A1 (15) j∈A2 x+ x− if xi > 0 if xi < 0 i = xi i = −xi and . + xi = 0 if xi ≤ 0 x− = 0 if x i ≥ 0 i Note that Cν (x) = Cb (x) and the subscript is meant to clarify whether it is ν or b which is used in the calculation.