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The literature on e-voting systems has many examples of discussion of the correctness of the computer and communication algorithms of such systems, as well as discussions of their vulnerabilities. However, a gap in the literature concerns the practical need (before adoption of a specific e-voting system) for a complete case demonstrating that the system as a whole has sufficiently high probability of exhibiting the desired properties when in use in an actual election. This paper discusses the problem of producing such a case, with reference to a specific system: a version of the Prêt à Voter scheme for voter-verifiable e-voting. We show a possible organisation of a case in terms of four main requirements - accuracy, privacy, termination and 'trustedness'- and show some of the detailed organisation that such a case should have, the diverse kinds of evidence that needs to be gathered and some of the interesting difficulties that arise. © 2009 IEEE.
Author(s): Alberdi E, Strigini L, Leach K, Ryan P, Palanque P, Winckler M
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: 2nd International Conference on Dependability (DEPEND)
Year of Conference: 2009
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