# Criterion

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**List of Criterion Collection DVD and Blu-ray releases**— The Criterion logo The Criterion Collection is a video distribution company that sells important classic and contemporary films in editions that offer the highest technical quality and award winning, original supplements. [1] Janus …102

**Majority criterion**— The majority criterion is a single winner voting system criterion, used to compare such systems. The criterion states that if one candidate is preferred by a majority (more than 50%) of voters, then that candidate must win .[1] Some methods that… …103

**Drucker Prager yield criterion**— Continuum mechanics …104

**The New Criterion**— Editors and publishers Hilton Kramer and Roger Kimball Former editors Hilton Kramer and Samuel Lipman Categories Literary journal …105

**Von Mises yield criterion**— The von Mises yield criterion [von Mises, R. (1913). Mechanik der Festen Korper im plastisch deformablen Zustand. Göttin. Nachr. Math. Phys., vol. 1, pp. 582–592.] suggests that the yielding of materials begins when the second deviatoric stress… …106

**Condorcet criterion**— Part of the Politics series Electoral methods Single winner …107

**Tsai-Wu failure criterion**— The Tsai Wu failure criterion [Tsai, S. W. and Wu, E. M. (1971). A general theory of strength for anisotropic materials. Journal of Composite Materials. vol. 5, pp. 58 80.] is a phenomenological failure theory which is widely used for anisotropic …108

**Hosford yield criterion**— The Hosford yield criterion is a function that is used to determine whether a material has undergone plastic yielding under the action of stress. Hosford yield criterion for isotropic plasticity The Hosford yield criterion for isotropic materials …109

**Smith criterion**— The Smith criterion (sometimes generalized Condorcet criterion, but this can have other meanings) is a voting systems criterion defined such that its satisfaction by a voting system occurs when the system always picks the winner from the Smith… …110

**Summability criterion**— The summability criterion is a voting system criterion, used to objectively compare voting systems. The criterion states:Each vote should be able to be mapped onto a summable array, such that its size at most grows polynomially with respect to… …