MOBILE VOTING SYSTEM
About the software
This is a concept for a mobile voting system, based on a simple user interface to verify identity and a unified, colour coded system of voting. The aim of this work is to design and implement an electronic voting application for the Android platform that will enable people to vote securely from anywhere. The application as a whole is aimed at being compatible with devices from many manufacturers and running different versions of the operating system. The application is also aimed at being localised. For a variety of reasons, voters may be unable to attend voting booths physically, but need to vote remotely, for example, from home or while travelling abroad. Hence, there is great demand for remote voting procedures that are easy, transparent, and, most importantly, secure. Today, the most common way for remote voting is postal voting, where voters cast their votes by post. However, it lacks proper authentication and involves a time-consuming procedure. Internet voting was introduced to provide more ﬂexibility. Because of the inherited security vulnerabilities of the Internet and computerised systems in general, Internet voting incurred a wide range of criticism. However, to date many pilot projects in diﬀerent countries and research groups have been carried out.
Abstract- The heart of the democracy is solely depending on the voting. The voting is the right for every citizen in the nation. The fingerprint shows the most promising future in real-world applications. Because of their uniqueness and consistency over time, fingerprints have been used for identification and authentication purpose. However, there are some challenges in using fingerprint in real-world application. We are interested in designing and analyzing the Mobile voting system using fingerprint texture, which is the core in current modern approach for fingerprint analysis. As the mobile phone become a part of the human, it is very convenient to use. We are using the mobile phone for the purpose of voting. It helps the user to poll their vote in spite of any location and also in short period of time. Keywords— Biometric, Fingerprint, Minutiae, Mobile phone.
I.INTRODUCTION Elections allow the populace to choose their representatives and express their preferences for how they will be governed. Naturally, the integrity of the election process is fundamental to the integrity of democracy itself. The election system must be sufficiently robust to withstand a variety of fraudulent behaviors and must be sufficiently transparent and comprehensible that voters and candidates can accept the results of an election. Most of the countries in the world e-Voting system have been used. Due to rapid growth of technology security problems are getting increased. So instead of developing e-voting systems, also there is a lot research work is being done to make these systems more secure. In some e-Voting systems, there is a password is issued to individuals to make the system more. Nowadays a lot of PROBLEMS OF ORDINARY VOTING
Traditional voting technologies include hand-counted paper ballots. These paper-based systems can result in a number of problems, including: • Unacceptable percentages of lost, stolen, or miscounted ballots • Votes lost through unclear or invalid ballot marks
• Limited accommodations for people with disabilities
Today, the development and widespread use of information technologies is changing the way people view voting processes and, ultimately, the way they vote. At the forefront of these new technologies is poll-site direct recording electronic (DRE) voting and remote Internet-based voting BENEFITS OF MOBILE VOTING
E-voting systems offer multiple advantages over traditional paper-based voting systems-advantages thatincrease citizen access to democratic processes and encourage participation. • Reduced costs - E-voting systems reduce the materials required for printing and distributing ballots....
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