A Methodology for Testing Voting Systems

@inproceedings{Selker2006AMF,
  title={A Methodology for Testing Voting Systems},
  author={Ted Selker and Elizabeth Rosenzweig and Anna Pandolfo},
  year={2006}
}
This paper compares the relative merit in realistic versus lab style experiments for testing voting technology. By analyzing three voting experiments, we describe the value of realistic settings in showing the enormous challenges for voting process control and consistent voting experiences. The methodology developed for this type of experiment will help other researchers to test polling place protocols and administration. Comparing the results from laboratory experiments with voter verification… CONTINUE READING

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