VoteGrid: A mobile ballot system for decision making in grid environment

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One of the frustrations of the INDIAN government is the nation's lack of voter participation. Many voters claim issues are "not relevant" to them. Taken within the context of mobile grid voting, when an individual is within a time and location that is highly related to the ballot's issue, we predict that they will be more likely to participate in the voting process. In this work, we proposed a deniable authentication mobile voting scheme that not only meets the general requirements of a secure voting system but also is suitable for application over mobile ad-hoc networks. VoteGrid is an online system for public debate and expression of opinions through voting facilities based on Digital Signature. It functions as a national "debate and voting portal" allowing citizens, businesses, politicians and journalists to participate in debates and votes organised by levels of government, subject, etc. It can handle debates and votes at the local, regional and national levels and it is possible to authentify user identity through login with the Digital Signature. © 2010 Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Sivagami, V. M., Revathi, N., & Sumathi, G. (2011). VoteGrid: A mobile ballot system for decision making in grid environment. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 3, pp. 287–291).

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