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May/June 2008 (vol. 6 no. 3)
pp. 12-13
Aviel D. Rubin, Johns Hopkins University
David R. Jefferson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Voting systems have become controversial in the years following the multiple election disasters that occurred in the United States during and after 2000. Of particular note were the electronic voting (e-voting) systems that were widely deployed to replace the pre-scored punch-card systems, systems that had have been frequently judged to be central to the problem in the 2000 Florida general election. The (premature) deployment of e-voting machines stimulated a new field of security and privacy research around the subject of elections, a subject that has turned out to be more complex and deeper than anyone would have predicted a decade ago. Here we present a sample of some of the finest recent work on election technology from authors on three continents.
Index Terms:
e-voting, electronic voting, election, security, election technology
Citation:
Aviel D. Rubin, David R. Jefferson, "New Research Results for Electronic Voting," IEEE Security & Privacy, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 12-13, May-June 2008, doi:10.1109/MSP.2008.68
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