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A generic architecture for e-Government and e-Democracy   Carlos Grima-Izquierdo

A generic architecture for e-Government and e-Democracy

316 страниц. 2012 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Is online electronic vote (e-Voting), using Internet, secure enough? Could someone view or change my vote? If I pay my taxes online, could my financial information be compromised? How can I ensure that a hostile government does not commit fraud? Is it possible to design a generic, extensible, scalable, reusable and highly secure software architecture to develop an e-Government system? Is the direct democracy through Internet (e-Democracy) realistic? This book, the author’s PhD thesis, tries to solve all these questions. Using UML, it proposes an architecture to implement any e-Government, for any country at any level (local, national, supranational...), and with any political and administrative layout. It includes both administrative (eg: paying taxes) and decision-making procedures (eg: voting), and there are no paper-based traditional processes. This book also finds and catalogues all typical security problems in e-Government and e-Democracy, researching solutions for all of them....
 
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