Trustworthiness measurement methodology (TMM) for assessment purposes
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Copyright 2007 IEEE
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Quality assessment process is a very complex process. At the same time quality assessment is very vital and crucial for many business processes. In this paper we propose and explain trustworthiness measurement methodology, which is a generic method which can be used to determine the quality of service (QoS) of a given service provider and the quality of product (QoP) of a given product.
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