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Practical quantum electronic voting

@inproceedings{Centrone2021PracticalQE,
  title={Practical quantum electronic voting},
  author={Federico Centrone and Eleni Diamanti and Iordanis Kerenidis},
  year={2021}
}
Electronic voting is a very useful but challenging internet-based protocol that despite many theoretical approaches and various implementations with different degrees of success, remains a contentious topic due to issues in reliability and security. Here we present a quantum protocol that exploits an untrusted source of multipartite entanglement to carry out an election without relying on election authorities, simultaneous broadcasting or computational assumptions, and whose result is publicly… Expand

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