Home           Contact us           FAQs           
     Journal Home     |     Aim & Scope    |    Author(s) Information      |     Editorial Board     |     MSP Download Statistics
2010 (Vol. 2, Issue: 4)
Article Information:

A Mathematical Model of Democratic Elections

Mato Nagel
Corresponding Author:  Mato Nagel 

Key words:  Capability quotient, dem ocratic election, fauceir theory, mathematical model, maple software, natural selection,
Vol. 2 , (4): Page No: 255-261
Submitted Accepted Published
2010 June, 25 2010 August, 19 2010 September, 06

Democratic election is the preferred method for determining political administrators nowadays. The intention is to find the best possible leader in order to improve the group's competitiveness and success. Though preferred, democratic election is far from being optimal in this respect, and is increasingly becoming the target for fraud. A model was developed to scientifically analyze the present electoral system's insufficiency. It is based on fauceir assumptions. Its calculations enable principles to be developed that optimize the election process, while also revealing the limits of elections in societies growing ever more complex, so that in the end elections have to be replaced by processes similar to what has proved optimal throughout naturally occurring evolution-natural selection.
Abstract PDF HTML
  Cite this Reference:
Mato Nagel, 2010. A Mathematical Model of Democratic Elections.  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 2(4): Page No: 255-261.
    Advertise with us
ISSN (Online):  2041-3246
ISSN (Print):   2041-3238
Submit Manuscript
   Current Information
   Sales & Services
Home  |  Contact us  |  About us  |  Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2015. MAXWELL Scientific Publication Corp., All rights reserved