#filter_out and PureCondorcet weren't getting along well for sparse elections
[rubyvote] / test / condorcet_test.rb
index c885a71..f0dd1cc 100644 (file)
@@ -68,9 +68,43 @@ class TestCondorcetVote < Test::Unit::TestCase
     4.times {vote_array << ["C"]}
     2.times {vote_array << "DBC".split("")}
 
-    assert_equal "B", CloneproofSSDVote.new(vote_array).result.winners[0]
-    assert_equal [['B'], ['C'], ['D'], ['A']], 
-                 CloneproofSSDVote.new(vote_array).result.get_full_results
+    result = CloneproofSSDVote.new(vote_array).result
+    assert_equal "B", result.winners[0]
+    assert_equal [['B'], ['C'], ['D'], ['A']], result.get_full_results
+  end
+
+  def test_ssd_incomplete_votes_2
+    vote_array = Array.new
+    4.times {vote_array << ["C"]}
+    3.times {vote_array << "ABCD".split("")}
+    2.times {vote_array << "DABC".split("")}
+    2.times {vote_array << "DBCA".split("")}
+    2.times {vote_array << "DBC".split("")}
+
+    result = CloneproofSSDVote.new(vote_array).result
+    assert_equal "B", result.winners[0]
+    assert_equal [['B'], ['C'], ['D'], ['A']], result.get_full_results
+  end
+
+  # 
+  # At one point, we happened to be getting correct results due to the
+  # happy accident that, for example, 'B'.each returns 'B'. The
+  # following election with a single integer vote catches that
+  # condition.
+  #
+  def test_ssd_single_vote
+    result = CloneproofSSDVote.new([[78]]).result
+    assert_equal 78, result.winners[0]
+    assert_equal [[78]], result.get_full_results
+  end
+
+  def test_ssd_sparse
+    vote_array = Array.new
+    vote_array << ['B', 'D']
+    vote_array << ['A', 'C']
+    vote_array << ['E', 'C']
+    result = CloneproofSSDVote.new(vote_array).result
+    assert_equal 5, result.get_full_results.flatten.size
   end
 
 end

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