Corpus ID: 27015665

A Review of Contemporary E-voting : Requirements , Technology , Systems and Usability

  title={A Review of Contemporary E-voting : Requirements , Technology , Systems and Usability},
  author={King-Hang Wang and S. K. Mondal and K. Chan and Xuecai Xie},
  • King-Hang Wang, S. K. Mondal, +1 author Xuecai Xie
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • E-voting technology has been developed for more than 30 years. However it is still distance away from serious application. The major challenges are to provide a secure solution and to gain trust from the voters in using it. In this paper we try to present a comprehensive review to e-voting by looking at these challenges. We summarized the vast amount of security requirements named in the literature that allows researcher to design a secure system. We reviewed some of the e-voting systems found… CONTINUE READING

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