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RANKINGS
REMOTE INTERNET VOTING
PAGE RANK
VOTED BALLOTS
VOTER RANKING TABLE
ONLINE VOTING
WEB VOTING
ELECTRONIC VOTING
VOTING
INTERNET VOTING
VOTERS
VOTES
VOTING REWARD
VOTING REWARD SYSTEM
ONLINE DEMOCRACY
RANKING
VOTER REGISTRATION
VOTING SYSTEM
VOTING TECHNOLOGY
QUESTIONNAIRE
RANKING ALGORITHM
RANKING ALGORITHMS
RATERS
RATING SYSTEM
DEMOCRACY ONLINE
E-DEMOCRACY
ONLINE PAID SURVEYS
PAID ONLINE SURVEYS
RATER
RATING PROCESS
RATING SERVICE
E-VOTING
ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM
INTERNET VOTING SYSTEM
ELECTION OFFICIALS
PAGERANK
PAID SURVEYS
SURVEY SOFTWARE
ONLINE PAID SURVEY
VOTE ONLINE
VOTING SOFTWARE
QUESTIONNAIRES
ANALYSIS
ABSENTEE VOTING
BALLOT
BLACK BOX VOTING
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Rankings

  1. The rankings are simply the ratings sorted, where the rating represents a players skill level. (Web site)
  2. The rankings are powered by algorithms that weigh the behavior and linking patterns of people. (Web site)
  3. Rankings are broken down into three core parts, explains Singhal. (Web site)
  4. Rankings are the latest weapon in the battle for world-class excellence.

Remote Internet Voting

  1. Encourage voters to sign up for remote Internet voting. (Web site)
  2. Allows for the development and testing of the basic elements of an Internet Voting System that can eventually be used to allow Remote Internet Voting.
  3. Of course, there are as of yet no certified remote Internet voting systems.
  4. The authors state that public officials must educate themselves about the dangers and ramifications of remote Internet voting. (Web site)

Page Rank

  1. Page Rank is a system used by Google to demonstrate the value of a web site.
  2. Page Rank is a link ranking algorithm measured between 0 - 10 introduced by Google. (Web site)
  3. Page Rank is a numeric value that represents how important a page is on the web.
  4. A 'Page Rank' is a number Google gives to a web page that represents how important Google thinks the page is on the web.
  5. Page Rank is a pernament change.

Voted Ballots

  1. Voted ballots are typically placed into secure storage at the polling place. (Web site)
  2. The voted ballots are sent to election officials over the Internet and are tabulated by the county.
  3. The voted ballots are decrypted and counted after the authenticating information is reviewed and removed from the ballot.

Voter Ranking Table

  1. The voter ranking table 74 is a set of per-user weightings for the voter, in this way some voters have more influence than others. (Web site)
  2. In step 93 the votes for each node in the nomination list are weighted based on the voter ranking table and combined to give an overall score for that node. (Web site)
  3. In step 93 the votes for each node in the nomination list are weighted based on the voter ranking table and combined to give an overall score for that node.

Online Voting

  1. Online voting is a new tool that facilitates citizen participation.
  2. Online voting is a secure and efficient method of voting.
  3. Online voting is the obvious answer to our voting woes.

Web Voting

  1. Web Voting is an online system allowing your students or school to safely and quickly submit votes directly to our National Election Headquarters.
  2. Web Voting is an online system allowing your students or school to safely and quickly submit votes directly to our National Election Headquarters.

Electronic Voting

  1. Electronic voting was used in the May 2004 general election in India where an estimated 380 million people voted.
  2. Electronic voting is a way for students to register a response to a question posed by a lecturer.
  3. Electronic voting is an incredibly complex and very expensive technology that introduces new risks, doubts, and opportunities for fraud and failure.
  4. Electronic voting is a hard computer science problem. (Web site)
  5. Electronic voting is a highly distributed activity involving nonnetworked machines.

Voting

  1. Voting is a clear example of a process where the KISS principle should apply, both for transparency and accuracy.
  2. Voting is a uniquely difficult problem for computer science.
  3. Voting is a serious act of participatory democracy. (Web site)
  4. Voting is an important civic duty, forming the very heart of our democratic system.
  5. Voting is a different exercise from commercial dealings.

Internet Voting

  1. Internet voting is defined as the casting of a secure and secret ballot that is transmitted to election officials using the Internet.
  2. Internet voting is a relatively new topic and there are not yet many sites on the Internet addressing the issues.
  3. Internet voting was by far the most used way to vote but still the impact on participation turned out to be limited.
  4. Internet Voting is a horrible idea, and it shouldn't be used under any circumstances for any sort of balloting.
  5. Internet voting is a private, household act.

Voters

  1. Voters are authorized to carry a sample ballot or list of selected candidates with them to the polls to aid them in voting their ballot. (Web site)
  2. Voters are authenticated with traditional polling place protocols-technological authentication of voters is not necessary.
  3. Voters are being given provisional ballots, but some polling places are running out of provisional ballots. (Web site)
  4. Voters are educated by the political parties, candidates, the press, election officials and by non-partisan organizations like the League of Women Voters.
  5. Voters are given two sets of PINs in order to authenticate themselves. (Web site)

Votes

  1. The votes are stored in a physical memory device which will be sent to a centralized voting station. (Web site)
  2. The votes are recorded using a tamper-evident, history-independent, subliminal-free storage method. (Web site)
  3. The votes are collected in their encrypted form and kept in some secure system OTHER than the one doing the counting.
  4. The votes are encrypted in a way that is essentially tamper-proof, the ballot boxes are not.
  5. The votes are kept seperate and tallied. (Web site)

Voting Reward

  1. Voting Reward: Something which was requested in honor of this strip's newest fan. (Web site)
  2. Voting reward: A funny gag cartoon. (Web site)
  3. Voting Reward: A subtle reminder to all you readers to go back into the archives, and contribute to the Oh No Robot strip-transcription service. (Web site)
  4. Voting Reward: A clear shot of a couple of famous historical figures. (Web site)
  5. Voting Reward: A full-color version of today's strip. (Web site)

Voting Reward System

  1. Im pleased to announce that the voting reward system is back online.
  2. Voting reward system is UP! soon, there may even be voter items added to the server.
  3. QUOTE (Atom @ Jun 28 2008, 07:53 PM) Im pleased to announce that the voting reward system is back online.

Online Democracy

  1. Good action research into online democracy is a priority and should attract funding.
  2. It's online democracy that here, in the limited forum of an online chess game, shows itself flowering with almost distressing abandon. (Web site)
  3. Encouraging the mentality to engage in online democracy is a different proposition.
  4. What is new is the evolution of internet technology to the point where something like online democracy becomes feasible. (Web site)
  5. Setting up an online democracy is a scary thing. (Web site)

Ranking

  1. Ranking is a technique commonly used in non-parametric statistics. (Web site)
  2. It's true that scoring is not ranking.
  3. College Ranking Get your degree online faster than you think.
  4. Advanced Web Ranking has the ability to generate and email reports after an update was finished.

Voter Registration

  1. Voter registration is a critical first step toward restoring political equality to historically underrepresented communities.
  2. Voter registration is the largest component of election administration costs, accounting for expenditures of around $350 million a year. (Web site)
  3. Voter registration is a complex process, and maintaining voter registration databases is highly dependent on information technology.
  4. Voter registration is a complex system in every state.
  5. Voter registration is a means of determining the candidates and issues each voter is eligible to vote on.

Voting System

  1. A voting system is a means of choosing between several options based on input from numerous voters.
  2. A voting system is the definition of the questions and the possible answers by the voters along with the rules to evaluate the questions. (Web site)
  3. The voting system is a set of rules about way people vote and how the votes are counted.
  4. The voting system is only one arena where we the people need to assert oversight and control.
  5. A voting system is a combination of mechanical, electromechanical, or electronic equipment.

Voting Technology

  1. Voting technology is an active research area that has already produced several proposals that promise to be much better than any system currently in use.
  2. Voting technology is what is known as a `black box’: voters, candidates and even officials cannot see the inner the workings of the machines.
  3. Voting Technology is the first book to investigate in a scientific and authoritative manner how voters respond to the new equipment.
  4. Voting technology is an active research area that has already produced several proposals that promise to be much better than any system currently in use.
  5. Voting technology is what is known as a `black box’: voters, candidates and even officials cannot see the inner the workings of the machines.

Questionnaire

  1. A questionnaire is a group of printed questions used to collect information from the people who answer them (usually called respondents). (Web site)
  2. A questionnaire is a research instrument consisting of a series of questions and other prompts for the purpose of gathering information from respondents.
  3. The questionnaire is a structured technique for collecting primary data in a marketing survey. (Web site)
  4. Questionnaire is a PHP toolkit for creating web based data entry systems.

Ranking Algorithm

  1. A ranking algorithm is a method search engines use to determine the relevance of a page and thus list them in their results in order of relevance.
  2. The ranking algorithm is a computerized formula designed to match highly relevant pages with a user's query.
  3. The ranking algorithm is a function of on- and off-page factors.

Ranking Algorithms

  1. Rating services with a given goal may evolve their special ranking algorithms to provide the best rank lists for their users. (Web site)
  2. Harman's later chapter on ranking algorithms is a useful overview of scoring (though very high level). (Web site)
  3. IR, including ranking algorithms, is a fascinating field.
  4. Seriously. As you know, I am an Internet Marketer and keeping up with Google and their ranking algorithms is a nightmare.

Raters

  1. To find certified raters in your state, select your state below.
  2. This is a new addition to the quality raters guidelines and is fairly small. (Web site)
  3. For others it's the opposite, where the raters' dialogue is the more time-consuming part of the process. (Web site)
  4. The holy trinity of bond raters has to make room for a new demigod.

Rating System

  1. The Elo rating system tries to predict the probability that a given player will beat another player based on their ratings. (Web site)
  2. Phone Rating System Wireless freedom at home From thousands of top merchants.
  3. The United States Chess Federation adopted Professor Elo’s rating system in 1960 and FIDE adopted it in 1970. (Web site)
  4. Rating System is a free and easy way for web site owners to display and manage ratings and reviews. (Web site)
  5. Rating system: The description of the categories and values in rating.

Democracy Online

  1. There are no public forums or meeting places in the heart of representative democracy online.
  2. Union democracy online: rights and resources. (Web site)
  3. Sidewalks for Democracy Online | PBS There are no public forums or meeting places in the heart of representative democracy online.

E-Democracy

  1. E-DEMOCRACY: WHAT IS IT? There are as many interpretations of what constitutes e-democracy as there are interpretations of democracy.
  2. E-democracy is a major area of interest for me and where my current research focusses.
  3. E-Democracy.Org — The Minnesota-based project that coined the term "e-democracy" in 1994.
  4. E-democracy is a term that elicits a wide range of reactions.

Online Paid Surveys

  1. Online paid surveys is a great way to make full time or part time income.
  2. Online Paid Surveys is a leading provider of paid online survey jobs offering the best free paid surveys.
  3. Online Paid surveys are a great work from home opportunity to make some extra money in your spare time.
  4. Online paid surveys are fast becoming the standard medium for market research and gathering of data on consumer habits and behaviors.
  5. Online paid surveys are now your opportunity to accomplish both in one step.

Paid Online Surveys

  1. Paid online surveys are questioners that you can fill out and receive money in return.
  2. Paid online surveys is a way for manufacturers to get a collective opinion on a certain product or advertisement.
  3. Paid online surveys are a huge business on the Net, with thousands of new surveys being made every week. (Web site)
  4. Paid Online Surveys is a better opportunity to Earn Money on the Internet.
  5. Paid online surveys are a great way for Australians to have their opinions heard while getting paid. (Web site)

Rater

  1. Desi Rater is a photo rating site for Desis from around the world.
  2. El fet real -s que de mica en mica, el ca rater n--s present, no sols a Mallorca, sin- que s-ha anat escampant per moltes altres regions espanyoles. (Web site)
  3. Unratable: When the rater cannot rate it for any other reason. (Web site)
  4. Rater To learn more about Rater visit Britannica.com © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

Rating Process

  1. The rating process is a very precise activity for determining the relationship of various components to other parts enduring similar service. (Web site)

Rating Service

  1. ISO Rating Service is a comprehensive, automated rate management system featuring a powerful combination of advanced technology and product management tools.
  2. Each rating service can choose its own labeling vocabulary. (Web site)
  3. Dominion Bond Rating Service is a privately owned Canadian credit rating agency.
  4. Rating service: A group or organization that issues ratings.

E-Voting

  1. E-voting is a ‘black box system’, where the mechanisms for recording and tabulating the vote are hidden from the voter. (Web site)
  2. E-voting is a BAD idea in principle. (Web site)
  3. E-voting is a path to the future.
  4. E-voting is an election system that allows a voter to record his or her secure and secret ballot electronically. (Web site)
  5. E-voting was one of these features. (Web site)

Electronic Voting System

  1. In Columbus, Ohio, an electronic voting system gave President Bush nearly 4,000 extra votes. (Web site)
  2. The Hart eSlate is the most secure, accurate and reliable electronic voting system in the world. (Web site)
  3. Electronic Voting System for Audiences - www.replysystems.com Wireless audience voting systems are simple to use, affordable to own.
  4. On reading the Hopkins paper, I immediately called for the decertification of Diebold's direct recording electronic voting system. (Web site)

Internet Voting System

  1. We are a project dedicated to creating the GNU.FREE Internet Voting system and also advocating Free Software in e-democracy.
  2. Allows for the development and testing of the basic elements of an Internet Voting System that can eventually be used to allow Remote Internet Voting.
  3. Internet voting system too insecure.
  4. One of the most difficult tasks for an Internet voting system is the authentication of voters.
  5. We are a project dedicated to creating the GNU.FREE Internet Voting system and also advocating Free Software in e-democracy.

Election Officials

  1. ELECTION OFFICIALS: The only way to protect tomorrow's election from this type of attack is to disconnect the servers from the modems now. (Web site)
  2. Election officials are better assured that the voting systems they procure will work accurately and reliably. (Web site)
  3. Election officials are far more worried about mass cheating. (Web site)
  4. Election officials are like the pilot and they should not try to fly defective aircraft. (Web site)
  5. Election officials were anxious heading into Tuesday, given problems with touchscreens during September primaries in Florida and Maryland.

Pagerank

  1. PageRank is a numeric value that represents how important a page is on the web.
  2. PageRank is a family of algorithms for assigning numerical weightings to hyperlinked documents (or web pages) indexed by a search engine.
  3. PageRank is one of more than 100 factors Google uses in the ranking of you website and your resulting position on their search engine.
  4. PageRank is one of the methods Google uses to determine the importance of your website.
  5. PageRank is also only part of the story about what results get displayed high up in a Google listing.

Paid Surveys

  1. Paid surveys are a popular way to make money online. (Web site)
  2. Paid surveys are designed with the sole purpose to provide reliable consumer feedback to the manufacturing companies and the service providers.
  3. Paid surveys are easiest way to make money online without any investment.
  4. Paid Surveys - A Complete list of get paid to take surveys, paid survey and Earn money to taking online surveys. (Web site)
  5. Paid surveys are a nice way to make some extra cash in your spare time at your convenience.

Survey Software

  1. Our survey software includes a full suite of tools for creating surveys, sending email invitations, and analyzing survey data.
  2. QuestionPro's online survey software is a one-stop solution for managing feedback via the web.
  3. Perseus Development Corporation -- ----Web and e-mail survey software, internet survey services and strategic Enterprise Feedback Management solutions.
  4. Snap Survey Software is a suite of integrated software programs for questionnaire design, publication, data collection and analysis.
  5. AceBIT GmbH - WinSurvey ( For Small to Medium Businesses) Survey software for easily creating, publishing and analyzing surveys.

Online Paid Survey

  1. An online paid survey is a type of online statistical survey where the participant is rewarded through an incentive program.
  2. An online paid survey is used to collect quantitative information about the participant-s personal and economic habits.
  3. Online Paid survey is a way for you to get paid by expressing your opinions online. (Web site)
  4. Online Paid survey is a way to make money online by expressing your opinions. (Web site)
  5. Online paid survey is a simple way to make money online.

Vote Online

  1. Vote online at Froggy103.com.
  2. VotePA, www.votePA.us , has issued an important alert: If you registered to vote online this year, your registration may not be valid. (Web site)
  3. To vote online will only take a few minutes and is as secure as voting by post.
  4. These were able to cast their vote online from any computer connected to the Internet, using a smart card and PIN code.
  5. They will be able to vote online by visiting the www.yoursayyourway.org.uk Web site between 9pm Thursday 25 April and 9pm Saturday 27 April. (Web site)

Voting Software

  1. I would prefer to see Open Source voting software. (Web site)
  2. Xtreme Polls is a PHP and MySQL driven polling and voting software.
  3. The market for voting software systems is relatively small.
  4. For further details about how Diebold uses interpreted code and why it is banned from use in voting software, please click here.
  5. The level of scrutiny that a patch receives is even less than the ordinary lax standard applied to voting software.

Questionnaires

  1. Questionnaires are also sharply limited by the fact that respondents must be able to read the questions and respond to them.
  2. Questionnaires are used by sociologists, positivists prefer closed questions.

Analysis

  1. The analysis is based on Rogers’ diffusion of innovations theory.
  2. The analysis was all, of course, supervised and video taped to document anything done by Mr. Hursti.

Absentee Voting

  1. Absentee voting is a convenient way of casting a ballot if you---re unable to make it to your polling place on Election Day.
  2. Absentee voting is a process by which voters who are not able to make it to the polls on Election Day can vote a mail-in ballot.

Ballot

  1. A ballot is a unique document defined by election law and is itself only evidence of how a voter wanted to vote. (Web site)
  2. A ballot is an expression by a person indicating how she wishes to cast her vote. (Web site)

Black Box Voting

  1. BLACK BOX VOTING is a nonprofit, nonpartisan elections watchdog group funded entirely by citizen donations. (Web site)
  2. Black Box Voting is a leader in voting machine security.
  3. Black Box Voting is a national nonpartisan, nonprofit elections watchdog group working to improve public controls in our elections.
  4. Black Box Voting is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan elections watchdog group. (Web site)
  5. Black Box Voting is a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501c(3) elections watchdog group funded entirely by citizen donations. (Web site)

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