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A Systematic Approach to Analyzing Voting Terminal Event Logs

A Systematic Approach to Analyzing Voting Terminal Event Logs A Systematic Approach to Analyzing Voting Terminal Event Logs Laurent D. Michel, Alexander A. Shvartsman and Nikolaj Volgushev 2014 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE’14) USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems (JETS), Volume 2, Number 2, April 2014 www.usenix.org/jets August 18-19, 2014, San Diego, CA, USA www.usenix.org Abstract This paper presents a systematic approach to automating the analysis of event logs recorded by the electronic voting tabulators in the course of an election.
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Post-Election Audit of Memory Cards for the November 6, 2012 Connecticut Elections

Post-Election Audit of Memory Cards for the November 6, 2012 Connecticut Elections The Center for Voting Technology Research (VoTeR Center) at the School of Engineering of the University of Connecticut performed post-election audit of the memory cards for the Accu-Vote Optical Scan (AV-OS) tabulators that were used in the November 6, 2012 elections. The cards were programmed by LHS Associates of Salem, New Hampshire, and shipped to Connecticut districts. Cards were submitted for two reasons per instructions from the SOTS Office (a) the 10% of the districts that were randomly selected for the post-election hand-counted audit as well as any districts that were interested in participating in the audit were asked to send their cards for the post-election technological audit, and (b) any card was to be submitted if it appeared to be unusable.
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Pre-Election Audit of Memory Cards for the November 5, 2013 Connecticut Elections

Pre-Election Audit of Memory Cards for the November 5, 2013 Connecticut Elections The Center for Voting Technology Research (VoTeR Center) at the School of Engineering of the University of Connecticut performed pre-election audit of the memory cards for the Accu-Vote Optical Scan (av-os) tabulators that were used in the November 5, 2013 elections. The cards were programmed by LHS Associates of Salem, New Hampshire, and shipped to Connecticut districts. Cards were submitted for two reasons per instructions from the SOTS Office (a) one of the four cards per district was to be selected randomly and submitted directly for the purpose of the audit, and (b) any card was to be submitted if it appeared to be unusable.
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Scaling Privacy Guarantees in Code-Verification Elections

Scaling Privacy Guarantees in Code-Verification Elections Scaling Privacy Guarantees in Code-Verification Elections Aggelos Kiayias and Anthi Orfanou E-Voting and Identify, 4th International Conference (Vote-ID 2013) Springer 2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 1-24 July 17-19, 2013, Guildford, UK www.voteid13.org Abstract Preventing the corruption of the voting platform is a major issue for any e-voting scheme. To address this, a number of recent protocols enable voters to validate the operation of their platform by utilizing a platform independent feedback: the voting system reaches out to the voter to convince her that the vote was cast as intended.
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