- Full text PDF available (1)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (3)
- Last 10 years (4)
Journals and Conferences
Mobile devices have changed how we conceive software. There is a great range of development alternatives. In this paper, four different multi-platform development approaches (mobile web applications, hybrid, interpreted, and cross-compiled) are analyzed, and their most significant features through a case study are discussed.
An extension of previous developments of electronic voting and egovernment systems carried out at the School of Computer Science of the UNLP is presented, where a digital fingerprint recognition feature is added to the existing system used for faculty elections at this School. The characteristics and performance of the biometric recognition system are… (More)
This paper presents results of a research on electronic voting carried out by the Institute of Research in Computer Science LIDI of the School of Computer Science of the National University of La Plata, Argentina, as part of research in e-Government developed since 2003. In particular, the topic of electronic vote has generated various experiences that… (More)