Visible to the public An Empirical Study of Web Software Trustworthiness Measurement

TitleAn Empirical Study of Web Software Trustworthiness Measurement
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsXie, X. L., Xue, W. X.
Conference Name2018 2nd IEEE Advanced Information Management,Communicates,Electronic and Automation Control Conference (IMCEC)
Date Publishedmay
KeywordsAutomation, composability, confidence identification, empirical analysis, Entropy, evidence synthesis, evidence theory, factor analysis, fuzzy judgment matrix, fuzzy set theory, IEC standards, Internet, ISO standards, ISO/IEC 9126, Manganese, matrix algebra, online accounting software, pubcrawl, security of data, Trusted Computing, trustworthiness, web software, Web software trustworthiness measurement
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to present a fresh methodology of improved evidence synthesis for assessing software trustworthiness, which can unwind collisions stemming from proofs and these proofs' own uncertainties. To achieve this end, the paper, on the ground of ISO/IEC 9126 and web software attributes, models the indicator framework by factor analysis. Then, the paper conducts an calculation of the weight for each indicator via the technique of structural entropy and makes a fuzzy judgment matrix concerning specialists' comments. This study performs a computation of scoring and grade regarding software trustworthiness by using of the criterion concerning confidence degree discernment and comes up with countermeasures to promote trustworthiness. Relying on online accounting software, this study makes an empirical analysis to further confirm validity and robustness. This paper concludes with pointing out limitations.
DOI10.1109/IMCEC.2018.8469194
Citation Keyxie_empirical_2018