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Developing a Mechanism to Study Code Trustworthiness
Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2017)
When software code is acquired from a third party or version control repository, programmers assign a level of trust to the code. This trust prompts them to use the code as-is, make minor changes, or rewrite it, which can increase costs and delay deployment. This paper discusses types of degradations to code based on readability and organization expectations and how to present that code as part of a study on programmer trust. Degradations were applied to sixteen of eighteen Java classes thatdoi:10.24251/hicss.2017.701 fatcat:62bqsoilvrhvvpbfs5zwrfnah4