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Effective use of computing technology in vote-tallying

Roy G. Saltman

Effective use of computing technology in vote-tallying

by Roy G. Saltman

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballot -- Data processing.,
  • Voting -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRoy G. Saltman ; prepared for Clearinghouse on Election Administration, Office of Federal Elections, General Accounting Office.
    SeriesNBS special publication ;, 500-30., Computer science & technology, NBS special publication ;, 500-30., NBS special publication.
    ContributionsClearinghouse on Election Administration (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC100 .U57 no. 500-30, JF1161 .U57 no. 500-30
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 131 p. ;
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4718713M
    LC Control Number78005524

    Jan 11,  · See also Roy G. Saltman, Computer Science and Technology: Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, National Bureau of Standards Special Publication , April CRS-7 Ballot Design Ballot design16 is not a . The NBS publication Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying makes this point very clearly and provides reasonable guidelines for designing and running vote-tallying programs." [7] [7] These qualifying remarks were not reported in the New York Times article.

    Books; Wikipedia  Certification of voting machines Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, [6] authored by Roy Saltman. This report highlighted "the lack of appropriate technical skills at the State and local level for developing or implementing written standards, against which voting system hardware and software could be. (). Accuracy, integrity and security in computerized vote-tallying. (). Activity theory and videotaped activity scenarios: Verification of factors that influence technology use in public areas. Dirty Little Secrets: The Persistence of Corruption in American Politics. Random House/Times Books, Effective use of computing.

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Effective use of computing technology in vote-tallying by Roy G. Saltman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Electronic computing technology was utilized. Methods of assuring more confidence in the accuracy and security of the vote-tallying process are presented and described.

These methods include aids to audits of calculations, physical controls over ballots and computer records, and guidelines for the use of computer programs. Effective use of computing technology in vote-tallying [Roy G. Saltman] on fixdemocracynow.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying fixdemocracynow.com: Roy G.

Saltman. Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-tallying, Volume 13 Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-tallying, Clearinghouse on Election Administration (U.S.) VolumeIssue 30 of NBS special publication NBS special publication: Computer science & technology VolumeIssue 30 of National Bureau of Standards special publication.

Apr 01,  · The results of a systems analysis and evaluation conducted on the role of automatic digital processing in vote-tallying are presented. Included in the report are descriptions of hardware, software, and administrative problems encountered in fourteen elections in which electronic computing technology was fixdemocracynow.com by: Nov 10,  · The results of a systems analysis and evaluation conducted on the role of automatic digital processing in vote-tallying are presented.

Included in the report are descriptions of hardware, software, and administrative problems encountered in fourteen elections in which electronic computing technology was fixdemocracynow.com by: Get this from a library.

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[Roy G Saltman]. The following excerpts have been gleaned from a page report of potential inaccuracies and fraud in computerized voting systems.

Recent difficulties in automated vote-tallying, including specific legal cases, are detailed along with a summary of conclusions and fixdemocracynow.com by: Technology in the form of tabulators has been used for tallying votes for about years.

([1] provides a detailed history of tabulators and computers in voting and elections.) Starting in the late s, Roy Saltman from the National Bureau of Standards (now the National Institute of Science & Technology.

The resulting March report, Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, concluded that one of the basic causes for computer-related election problems was the lack of appropriate technical skills at the State and local level for developing or implementing written standards, against which voting system hardware and software could be evaluated.

Abstract. Methods of achieving public confidence in ballot-tallying and non-ballot voting systems through auditability are discussed.

Systems using ballots may use ballots as documents if strict control of all ballots is maintained and if voters are fully cognizant of ballot fixdemocracynow.com by: 6. The series found use as communications concentrators, Digigraphics workstations, remote batch job entry stations, and industrial process controllers.

One application, running the AUTRAN program, controlled water and wastewater treatment plants for many years. Saltman, R.G.: Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, Report NBSIR (republished as NBS Special Publication), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD () Google ScholarCited by: 1.

(), Accuracy, Integrity, and Security in Computerized Vote-Tallying, Washington, United States Department of Commerce. (), Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, Washington, United States Department of Commerce. Inthe National Bureau of Standards (NBS) (now the National Institute of Standards and Technology or NIST) prepared a report titled Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying.

This report, along with comments from state and local election officials, led the US Congress to designate the FEC to work with the NBS to conduct a Cited by: Computer science is the automation of abstractions[1].

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Roy Saltman prepares the first U.S. government report to evaluate computerized voting technology. "Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying" investigates voting system security, design, and functionality, as well as the ability to conduct audits of election processes and ballot recounts.

Saltman, R.G.: Effective Use of Computing Technology in Vote-Tallying, Report NBSIR (republished as NBS Special Publication), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD (). Google Scholar; Chaum, D.: Untraceable Electronic Mail, Return Addresses, and Digital fixdemocracynow.com by: 1.

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