Providing Optimal Electoral Roll Architecture, Verification And Management Strategies: Evaluating The Development Of Technical Systems
In the development of any country, fair and transparent elections play a vital role. To order to carry out this mission, voters must be known with the greatest precision. Governments have implemented electoral roll management systems for identifying their voters, for confirming their voters, for checking duplicity, for avoiding duplicity, agreeing on the voting zone, and eventually for checking the voting zone. These all include several semi-distributed semi-central processing activities that need to be done with great precision in order to ensure the whole process for all parties and the people voting for these parties can be made transparent and equal. System designers often find it difficult to select the best algorithms, architectures and protocols to develop in order to develop such a humorous system. In this study, we evaluated the algorithms, architectures and protocols to help designers choose the best combinations possible for designing the optimum electoral roll management (ERMS) method. In addition, our analysis also recommends some additional optimisations that can be made in this field on the basis of work studies.