Practical End-to-End Verifiable Voting via Split-Value Representations and Randomized Partial Checking
Working Paper No.:  122
Date Published:  2014-04-03


Ronald L. Rivest, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CSAIL

Michael O. Rabin, Harvard University, SEAS, Columbia University, SEAS


We describe how to use Rabin’s “split-value” representations, originally developed for use in secure auctions, to efficiently implement end-to-end verifiable voting. We propose a simple and very elegant combination of split-value representations with “randomized partial checking” (due to Jakobsson et al. [16]).


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