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Sophisticated voting on a binary tree is a common form of voting structure, as exemplified by, for example, amendment procedures. The problem of characterizing voting rules that can be the outcome of this procedure has been a longstanding problem in social choice. We explore rules over a small number of candidates, and discuss existence and nonexistence properties of rules implementable over trees.
Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Computational Social Choice Amsterdam.