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V, with v'v 1, and happens to give the same ranking as w(2). = = Interesting related methods have been put forward by Daniels [6) and Moon and Pullman [14). However, it is dubious whether the resulting ranking as well as those corresponding to w(2) and v are really an improvement over the simple row-sum score w. The common feature of the more elaborate methods is to give more credit to a player for defeating a high scoring than a low scoring opponent, but this means, of course, that a loss to the latter is punished less than a loss to the former.