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6.Online Voting System

6.Online Voting System

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Published by: Black Ruby on Feb 13, 2011
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online voting
Batch No:6 and Project No: 6
The basic methodology as applied to online voting system wouldinvolve giving voter realistic voting tasks to accomplish using a variety of ballotdesigns. A rigorous methodology is used to sample variable aspects of thesystem, such as voters and ballots. The sample is constructed so as to provide astatistical basis for generalization from the sample to the populations theyrepresent. Voting task performance is measured using variables such as accuracy,time, and workload.In online voting mechanism each voter receives a unique ballot code.The ballot code has an arbitrary length and is generated randomly to help preventmanipulation. Online voting system mails virtual ballot papers, including the ballot code, to the voters before the election. The voters can then use their emailclients to return their votes to the voting server.The voting server collects the votes and filters out duplicate andinvalid votes. Each voter can then check her/his vote online to ensure that her vote has been counted correctly.
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Use case view 
Actors represent system users. They help delimit the system and givea clear picture of what the system should do. It is important to note that an actor interacts with, but has no control over the use cases.An actor is someone or something that:1. interacts with or uses the system2. Provides input to & receive information from the system3. is external to the system and has no control over the use casesAn actor can be represented as shown below:1. Administrator 
(from Actors)
2. Candidate 
(from Actors)
3. E-mail client
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email client
(from Actors)
 4. Server  
(from Actors)
5. Voter  
(from Actors)
The following question should be answered to identify actors:1.Who is interested in a certain requirement?2.Where in the organization the system is used?3.Who will benefit from the use of the system?4.Who will supply the system with the information, use this information andremove this information?5.Who will support and maintain the system?6.Does the system use the external resource?7.Does one person play several different roles?8.Do several people play same role?9.Does the system interact with the legacy system?

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