Reference : An Efficient and Highly Sound Voter Verification Technique and Its Implementation
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An Efficient and Highly Sound Voter Verification Technique and Its Implementation
Joaquim, Rui mailto [Inesc-ID and Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa - IPL > GSD and Instituto Superior de engenharia de Lisboa - ISEL]
Ribeiro, Carlos [Inesc-ID and Universidade Técnica de Lisboa - UTL > GSD and Instituto Superior Técnico - IST]
E-Voting and Identity
Kiayias, Aggelos
Lipmaa, Helger
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
E-Voting and Identity 2011
from 28-09-2011 to 30-09-2011
[en] Verifiability; Voter Vote verification; MarkPledge
[en] This paper presents MarkPledge3 (MP3), the most efficient
specification of the MarkPledge (MP) technique. The MP technique allows
the voter to verify that her vote is correctly encrypted with a soundness
of 1−2−α, with 20 ≤ α ≤ 30, just by performing a match of a small
string (4-5 characters). Due to its simplicity, verifying the election public
data (vote encryptions and tally) in MP3 is 2.6 times faster than with
MP2 and the vote encryption creation on devices with low computational
power, e.g. smart cards, is approximately 6 times better than the best of
the previous MP specifications (MP1 and MP2).
The original publication is available at
LNCS 7187

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