DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ON-LINE VOTING SYSTEM

(Computer Science)

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ON-LINE VOTING SYSTEM

ABSTRACT

An on line voting will improve the proper way to keep information about votes it will enable the INEC to achieve their aim during the election. Since the relevant information needed will be available and accurate, this can enable them to achieve their target in eradicating and prevention of electoral mal-practices like riggings of election and other negating act. 

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page                                                                                                                               

Abstract                                                                                                                     

Table of Contents                  

                                                                       

CHAPTER ONE

1.0       Background of the study 

1.1       Introduction

1.2       Statement of the problem

1.3              Purpose of the study

1.4              Objective of the study

1.5       Scope of the project

1.2              Definition of terms 

 

CHAPTER TWO

2.0              Literature Review

 

CHAPTER THREE

3.0       Overview of the existing system

3.1       Description and analysis of the existing system

3.2         Method of the data collection

3.2.1    Interview method

3.2.2    Reference to written text

3.3       Input analysis

3.4       Process analysis

3.5       Output analysis

3.6       Problem of the existing system

3.7              Justification for the new system

 

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0       Design of the new system

4.1              Output specification and design

4.2              Input specification and design

4.3              File design

4.4              Procedure chart

4.5              System flowchart

4.6              System requirements

 

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0              Implementation

5.1       Program design

5.2              Program flow chart

5.3              Pseuo code

5.4              Source listing

5.5              Test run

 

CHAPTER SIX

6.0              DOCUMENTATION

 

CHAPTER SEVEN

7.0       Recommendation and conclusion

7.1              References.

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

1.0              BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

            The designing and implementation of on-line voting system is a task that come when it suppose to come, the world is a global village, interactions between one part nd another part of the world are within seconds, thanks to internet.

            The quest of introducing on line voting system because  imperative to curb the menace of election riggings and thuggery  during election is it possible? How could it be approach?

            The approach is simple and quite easy the masses should be educated on how to register on line, scans of their thumb prints shall be all stared in the computer. On the election day the electorates shell choose candidates of their choice through on-line voting system.

            These information should be passed across to the national electoral   commission for counting, analyzing and announcement of election results.

            To ascertain the possibilities of frond thumb prints of the electorates are companied to that of the on line reiteration. On this note voting are based on registration if you are not registered definitely you must not vote.

            The implementation of these on-line voting will save the country the huge resources material and man pincer it loses during an election.

 

1.1       INTRODUCTION    

            There has been an enormous growth in the business of commutation since the invention of information Technology on the eighteenth century. The modem days computer machine was first manifested by Charles baddage an English mathematician, in the year 1944.

            Even though that radio, television and telephone are all man of communication computer interconnectivity otherwise known as internet is the SAFEST mean that can conceals information.

            Information in an internet can only be open if the operator or saver password is thus making it almost impossible for pilferage.

            Electronic voting system is quite simple at a mere looking but not too easy in the designing state.

            These can be achieved through the interconnectivities of simple portable lap tops will be stone with thumb prints of all the eligible voter in the country. Thumb prints are employs. Since no two persons has the same thumb prints with the thumbprint stored in the computer during voting an individual with choose candidate of his/her choice and seal it with his/her thumbprint if the thumbprint is not pre-stored during registration the voting shall be use less. After the whole exercise all the information shall be all transform to a counting machine which will than print the whole result. For the effectiveness of this means of voting information should be passed round the state with the aide of instructors to educate the masses on the workability of this electronic voting form ran hour  in all ramification.

 

1.2              STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

            Rigging of election had become the talk of the day. In the third word country, money speaks in election the quantity of money one has determines the position he can be. These need not be so, rigging of election and all other electoral mal-practices needs be curbbal because a stitch in dine saves mine.

            Electronic voting system if accepted in this country shall help reduce the  menace of electoral malpractices.

 

1.3              PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

            The purpose of the study of electronic voting system is to highlights the pedigree on how to combat electoral mal-practices.

 

1.4              OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

            The objective of embanking on this project “the electronic voting system” are-

1.         To show case to the masses the best way of fighting electoral mal-practices

2.         To elaborates the procedures of using this system.

3.         To expose and established a lasting solution to electoral mal-practices

 

1.5              SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM

            Every invention in the world has its own problem, but the best is to know the problem and find a menus of solving them some of the problems of this case of study are

i.          ILLITERACY OF SOME USER:- Huge amount of money should be involved in training man-power who shall in return train the masses.

ii.         FRAGILITY OF MACHINE:- the compilation machine (computer) shall be taken proper cane of to avoid mal-functions.

iii.        FALSIFICATION OF RESULTS:- special care should be taking to ensure that results are sent straight to the central bodies to avoid Mel-practice.

 

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