Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2014/861

Cats and Dogs An Integrity for Voting Systems Based on Paper Ballots

İhsan Haluk Akın

Abstract: Abstract—Voting systems based on paper ballots has a long history with various problems. Vote-selling and correct outcome are two major problems among many. In this work, we propose a new solution to these problems by using UltraViolet (UV) fiber paper Physical Unclonable Function (PUF). When applied this solution not only prevents vote-selling but also ensures the correctness of the outcome. With these two problems eliminated, the voting systems based on paper ballots will have complete integrity.

Category / Keywords: applications / Paper ballot, Paper PUF, Voting Integrity, Vote-selling

Original Publication (in the same form): ISCTurkey

Date: received 20 Oct 2014

Contact author: ihsan akin at gmail com

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Version: 20141022:200622 (All versions of this report)

Short URL: ia.cr/2014/861

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