PENGEMBANGAN SISTEM E-VOTING DENGAN PROTOKOL TWO CENTRAL FACILITIES MENGGUNAKAN FINGERPRINT SEBAGAI OTENTIKASI VOTER
Keywords: E-voting, Voter, Authentication, Fingerprint
AbstractThe e-voting system which developed using two central facilities protokol consist of three component that is voting machine as client for interaction with voter, central legitimization agency (CLA) as server voter authentication, and central tabulating facility (CTF) as server for result recapitulation voter vote count. Research in this paper just focused to voter authentication process on voting machine toward database of voter that stored in CLA with using fingerprint biometric technology. Fingerprint biometric technology used for voter registration process, voter verification process, and voter authentication process who will doing election. Registration process for acquiring voter fingerprint image database, verification process to be sure voter database can be verificated or not, and authentication process for voter authorization who can be permitted or not by system give of vote in election.
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Sikki, M. I., Guritman, S., & Rahmawan, H. (2014). PENGEMBANGAN SISTEM E-VOTING DENGAN PROTOKOL TWO CENTRAL FACILITIES MENGGUNAKAN FINGERPRINT SEBAGAI OTENTIKASI VOTER. Jurnal Sistem Informasi, 9(2), 107-114. https://doi.org/10.21609/jsi.v9i2.359
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