The model can be altered on five basic dimensions: probity of the accused; composition of the two voting bodies, system variables, and voting procedure. Representatives’ votes are determined by three different thresholds, depending on a representative’s nature (clean, corrupt, or tainted).
Sunshine or Shield?: Secret Voting Procedures and Legislative Accountability
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Michele Buttò, Carlos Pereira, Matthew Taylor (2019, April 08). “Sunshine or Shield?: Secret Voting Procedures and Legislative Accountability” (Version 1.0.0). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: https://www.comses.net/codebases/4246/releases/1.0.0/
Buttò, Michele, Carlos Pereira, and Matthew M. Taylor, “Sunshine or Shield?: Secret Voting Procedures and Legislative Accountability,” under review at the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation.
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