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Suharsono, Teguh Nurhadi, Anggraini, Dini, Kuspriyanto, Rahardjo, Budi, Gunawan.  2020.  Implementation of Simple Verifiability Metric to Measure the Degree of Verifiability of E-Voting Protocol. 2020 14th International Conference on Telecommunication Systems, Services, and Applications (TSSA. :1–3.
Verifiability is one of the parameters in e-voting that can increase confidence in voting technology with several parties ensuring that voters do not change their votes. Voting has become an important part of the democratization system, both to make choices regarding policies, to elect representatives to sit in the representative assembly, and to elect leaders. the more voters and the wider the distribution, the more complex the social life, and the need to manage the voting process efficiently and determine the results more quickly, electronic-based voting (e-Voting) is becoming a more promising option. The level of confidence in voting depends on the capabilities of the system. E-voting must have parameters that can be used as guidelines, which include the following: Accuracy, Invulnerability, Privacy and Verifiability. The implementation of the simple verifiability metric to measure the degree of verifiability in the e-voting protocol, the researchers can calculate the degree of verifiability in the e-voting protocol and the researchers have been able to assess the proposed e-voting protocol with the standard of the best degree of verifiability is 1, where the value of 1 is is absolutely verified protocol.