Achieving what is often termed "software trustworthiness" has been an elusive goal, in part because of the lack of a clear understanding of why we sometimes succeed but often fail to produce trustworthy software. In order to better understand the challenges the United States faces in achieving the goal of producing and acquiring trustworthy software systems and products, a workshop on the subject of trustworthy software was held April 8-9, 2004 in Monterey, California. The results of the workshop are documented in this report and intended to be used as input to a national research and development (R&D) agenda on software trustworthiness.
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
Michael, James B.; Linger, Richard C., 1941-; Voas, Jeffrey M.