Trustworthy software systems: a discussion of basic concepts and terminology

@article{Becker2006TrustworthySS,
  title={Trustworthy software systems: a discussion of basic concepts and terminology},
  author={Steffen Becker and Wilhelm Hasselbring and Alexandra Paul and Marko Boskovic and Heiko Koziolek and Jan Ploski and Abhishek Dhama and Henrik Lipskoch and Matthias Rohr and Daniel Winteler and Simon Giesecke and Roland Meyer and Mani Swaminathan and Jens Happe and Margarete Muhle and Timo Warns},
  journal={ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes},
  year={2006},
  volume={31},
  pages={1-18}
}
Basic concepts and terminology for trustworthy software systems are discussed. Our discussion of definitions for terms in the domain of trustworthy software systems is based on former achievements in dependable, trustworthy and survivable systems. We base our discussion on the established literature and on approved standards. These concepts are discussed in the context of our graduate school TrustSoft on trustworthy software systems. In TrustSoft, we consider trustworthiness of software systems… CONTINUE READING

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