Corpus ID: 15097596

DualVote : addressing usability and verifiability issues in electronic voting systems

@inproceedings{MacNamara2011DualVoteA,
  title={DualVote : addressing usability and verifiability issues in electronic voting systems},
  author={D. MacNamara and T. Scully and J. Gibson and Ken Oakley and Francis Carmody and Elizabeth Quane},
  year={2011}
}
Two issues that have significantly impeded the widespread adoption and acceptance of modern e-voting solutions are the lack of an intuitive user interface and the inability to formally verify the results. This paper presents the findings of an extensive analysis of public opinion on usability and verifiability in e-voting. Based on these results it describes a novel e-voting system called DualVote, which couples the strength of electronic voting with the traditional pen and paper user interface… Expand

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