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—A remote voting system allows participants to cast their ballots through the Internet. Remote voting systems based on the use of homomorphic public key cryptography have proven to be a good option for carrying out simple elections with a reduced amount of candidates. In this paper, we present a new system that makes use of the additive homomorphic(More)
In this paper we present a mix-type remote electronic voting system belonging to the " proof of product with redundancy " paradigm. Votes are composed using a redundancy system that permits to prove the correct composition and plaintext awareness of votes at vote reception and check the validity of the mixing operation while preventing some privacy or(More)
Vector-based homomorphic tallying remote voting schemes provide an efficient protocol for vote tallying, but they require voters to prove in zero-knowledge that the ballots they cast have been properly generated. This is usually achieved by means of the so-called zero-knowledge range proofs, which should be verified by the polling station before tallying.(More)
Blind signature-based electronic voting is the simplest paradigm for implementing remote voting platforms due to the fact that it does not employ complicated zero-knowledge proofs. Unfortunately, the existence of a trusted entity (the "Authentication Server") that, in case of corruption, would be able to cast indistinguishable fake votes reduces the(More)
We analyze the numerical determination of the quark mixing factor V us from hyperon semileptonic decays. The discrepancies between the results obtained in two previous studies are clarified. Our fits indicate sizeable SU(3) breaking corrections , which unfortunately can only be fully determined from the data at the first order. The lack of a reliable(More)
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