I am currently enrolled in a month-long intensive college-level course called Math of Social Choice. This is a math core requirement geared somewhat towards liberal arts students. Topics covered in the course include winner-selection methods for voting systems (Smith set, monotonicity, fairness criteria, Schulze's beatpath, spoilers, etc.) and compensation/fair division (Pareto-optimal compensation, Steinhaus method, Selfridge/Conway, adjusted winner, etc.)
I haven't taken a math class in some years, and have a math-related learning disability, but I have strong verbal and language skills. I'm looking for a tutor that would be adept at "translating" these concepts into something more palatable to a liberal arts student.
Daytime flexibility is a plus.
- Posted by Charlie, Jun 3