U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 11/781,693, entitled "ELECTION-BASED ELECTRONIC COMPILATIONS," describes Vototo technology in detail. The Abstract of the patent application is reproduced below:
"Electronically published compilations are provided. The compilations typically include a plurality of incumbent entries that are subject to replacement by candidate revisions through successive elections by an electorate of voters, e.g., human voters. Also provided are methods for improving existing compilations through elections. Election rules, history, dates and times, and election results may provide a measure of quality of the winning revision. Such compilations, when properly designed and implemented, may be viewed as an authoritative reference work that may ultimately serve as a “Rosetta Stone” for a semantic web."
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