Design imperatives for e-voting as a sociotechnical system

  title={Design imperatives for e-voting as a sociotechnical system},
  author={Steve A. Adeshina and Adegboyega Ojo},
  journal={2014 11th International Conference on Electronics, Computer and Computation (ICECCO)},
There are a number of past and ongoing research efforts on the development of e-voting systems. These works largely focus on requirements, technical specification and implementation technologies to support different aspects of the elections from registration and verification through balloting to counting and result. A major shortcoming of these studies is their sole focus on technical aspect of e-voting solution without significant attention paid to human and environment factors that arguably… CONTINUE READING

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