Corpus ID: 2664333

Now Do Voters Notice Review Screen Anomalies? A Look at Voting System Usability

@inproceedings{Campbell2009NowDV,
  title={Now Do Voters Notice Review Screen Anomalies? A Look at Voting System Usability},
  author={Bryan A. Campbell and M. Byrne},
  booktitle={EVT/WOTE},
  year={2009}
}
Everett (2007) showed that about two thirds of voters do not notice when the review screen on an electronic voting machine does not agree with the selections they intended. However, the instructions given to voters in those experiments did not emphasize the need for veriBication and the design of the review screen did little to aid voters in detecting anomalies. This research follows up that work, but this time with improved instructions and with a re-designed review screen that makes certain… Expand
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