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A characterization of height-based extensions of principal filtral opportunity rankings

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  • Stefano Vannucci

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    A parameterized characterization of height-based total extensions of principal filtral opportunity rankings is provided and shown to include, as a special case, a version of the well-known Pattanaik-Xu characterization of the cardinality-based ranking. ***** Se presenta una caracterización parametrizada de las extensiones totales basadas en altura, de los ordenamientos de oportunidad de filtro principal, y se demuestraque incluye, como caso especial, una versión de la reconocida caracterización de Pattanaik-Xu sobre el ordenamiento basado en la cardinalidad. ***** Est présentée une caractérisation paramétrique des extensions totales, basées sur la hauteur, des ordonnancements d’opportunité de filtre principal, et il est démontré que cela inclut, comme cas spécial, une version de la fameuse caractérisation de Pattanaik-Xu sur l’ordonnancement basé sur la cardinalité.

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    Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

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