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Title: Secure Multiparty Computation for Internet Voting
Authors: Chua, Richard Bryann L.
Piscos, Joyce Anne L.
Keywords: secure multiparty computation
Internet voting
Issue Date: Jun-2015
Abstract: Internet voting sacrifices privacy especially when there is a trusted third party involved. Secure multiparty computation (SMC) eliminates the need of a trusted third party. It involves multiple participants that jointly perform an agreed computation of their inputs without revealing these inputs to each other. In this study, SMC is adopted in the Internet Voting System. It is a web-based application that provides protection of voter privacy and anonymity, as well as vote verifiability using Sharemind as SMC framework.
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