Category: research

EVT 2008 is on!

elections, news, friends, research, policy
The 2008 USENIX/ACCURATE Workshop on Electronic Voting Technology is open for registration with the full technical program posted here: It's been quite popular to the extent that the organizers and PC chairs this year, David Dill and Tadayoshi Ko… more »

Questions about the Voting Information Project

elections, standards, copyright, news, open source, friends, research, policy, usability, legal
Doug Chapin and [Chris Backert] pointed me to the new [Voting Information Project] (Chris entitled his post, [*?Just About The Coolest Thing?*][1]). My initial reaction was much like the title of Chris? post: it did seem very cool. Not only tha… more »

Talk...

elections, certification/testing, reform, vendors, standards, open source, secrecy, privacy, patents, berkeley, problems, friends, research, policy, legal, education, iSchool
I gave my dissertation talk today. It went surprisingly well. I felt my delivery was smooth---with nary an ?um?---and people seemed interested! I?ve learned that I have to practice talks 3-4 times before I?m ready to give them. (and the ?p… more »

Statistical Solutions to Elections Mysteries

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[Chance], a popular Scientific American-like journal for statistics, has published a cover piece by [Arlene Ash] (BU) and [John Lamperti] (Dartmouth), ?Florida 2006: Can Statistics Tell Us Who Won Congressional District-13?? The piece explor… more »

ACCURATE's Comments on the VVSG

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Aaron Burstein (UC Berkeley Law) and I just finished a large regulatory filing that will be of interest to any of you election technology geeks out there. Enjoy and be sure to let us know if you have feedback (there's another round of comments sometime… more »
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