Security '02 Abstract
Making Mix Nets Robust For Electronic Voting By
Randomized Partial Checking
Markus Jakobsson and Ari Juels, RSA Laboratories
We propose a new technique for making
mix nets robust, called randomized partial
checking (RPC). The basic idea is that rather
than providing a proof of completely correct
operation, each server provides strong evidence of its correct operation by revealing
a pseudo-randomly selected subset of its input/output relations.
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