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CODEX ALPE ADRIA 2006 results
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2006 Edition Demoscene Productions

Codex Alpe Adria 2006 is taking take place From June 30 to July 2nd, 2006. The 
following is a very rough and preliminary set of data. This section will be 
updated with final results and downloadable productions during the week after 
the event.


Votes

24 voters expressed their preference as follows:

    A>F>D>G>C>B>H>I>E>J
    C>A>F>B>D>G>I>J>E>H
    C>F>G>D>B>E>A>I>J>H
    C>I>J>F>H>G>E>D>B>A
    D>C>F>I>J>H>G>A>B>E
    D>G>I>J>A>B>E>H>C>F
    E>G>C>F>A>B>D>H>I>J
    F>B>A>D>C>E>J>I>H>G
    F>C>B>A>J>G>D>H>E>I
    F>E>G>B>C>D>A>H>I>J
    F>G>B>C>D>A>E>J>I>H
    F>G>C>A>H>B>D>E>I>J
    F>G>E>C>A>B>H>J>I>D
    G>E>C>F>A>H>B>J>D>I
    G>F>B>E>C>A>D>I>H>J
    G>F>B>I>C>D>A>E>J>H
    G>F>C>A>E>B>D>I>J>H
    G>F>C>B>A>E>I>D>H>J
    G>F>D>E>C>A>I>B>H>J
    G>F>E>C>D>B>A>H>J>I
    G>F>E>C>D>B>A>I>H>J
    C>A>D>B (omitted 6 candidates)
    D>H>J>A>B>C>F>J>I>E (double J, omitted G)
    F>E>C>G>B>J>A>D>B>I (double B, omitted H)

Reading the Votes

Each line represents a voting sheet (ballot). Votes are ranked by preference. 
For example, 13 voters said that they preferred F (Bike 64 Project) over G 
(Minimig: an Amiga in an FPGA), while 10 voters said that they considered G 
better than F, and one voter expressed no preference on F vs. G. Counting

Because the Schulze method was used for the first time at this event (or at any 
such event, from what we know), we relied on expert consultation to handle the 
special cases (omissions and duplicates):

* Omissions are automatically grouped at the bottom of the list by the counting 
software
* When a voter expresses a multiple ranking for the same candidate, all 
instances of the repeated candidate are removed (instead of arbitrarily 
removing one of the duplicates, or excluding the entire ballot)

In general we followed the rule that when a voter's vote is ambiguous, the 
voter's intent is taken into account to the maximum extent possible.

If you would like, you can repeat the counting with any software or web service 
that supports the Schulze method (also known as Beatpath winner). If the 
software does not support the creation of a ranked list (but only gives a 
single winner) simply choose one winner at a time, then eliminate that 
candidate from the ballots, and repeat the process until you have a complete 
ranked list.


Combined Results

The combined demo competition results are as follows:

   1. (F) Bike 64 Project, by Daniele Redivo (Wild)
   2. (G) Minimig: an Amiga in an FPGA, by Dennis van Weeren (Wild)
   3. (C) Stars and Stabbers, by K2 (C64 4K Intro)
   4. (A) Wish We Were in Italy, by Barry Blitter, Slummy & Dominei (Amiga Demo)
   5. (B) Spacekitten, by RNO (Amiga Demo)
   6. (D) A Study on Volume Behaviour in Limited Time and Space
          by James Tonic/Limp Ninja (PC Demo)
   7. (E) 0xAA 2006 T-Shirt, by Takeo Sato (Wild)
   8. (I) Catch Me If You Can, by James Tonic (Music)
   9. (H) Dogma Crescendo, by Ps (Graphics)
  10. (J) Spita, by Soolta (Music)

Results by Category

Amiga

   1. Wish We Were in Italy, by Barry Blitter, Slummy & Dominei (Demo)
   2. Spacekitten, by RNO (Demo)

C64

   1. Stars and Stabbers, by K2 (4K Intro)

PC

   1. A Study on Volume Behaviour in Limited Time and Space
      by James Tonic/Limp Ninja (Demo)

Wild

   1. Bike 64 Project, by Daniele Redivo
   2. Minimig: an Amiga in an FPGA, by Dennis van Weeren
   3. 0xAA 2006 T-Shirt, by Takeo Sato

Graphics

   1. Dogma Crescendo, by Ps

Music

   1. Catch Me If You Can, by James Tonic
   2. Spita, by Soolta