By K. A. Frenkel
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 31 No. 10, Pages 1176-1183
Along the twists and turns of this year's presidential campaign trails, computers act as strategic tools that exert a decisive impact on capturing voters' attention. But a National Bureau of Standards study claims that system implementations are dangerously inadequate at the finish line, where carefully gleaned votes are less carefully counted.
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