The test.net Algorithm

As precise as a Clockwork

The algorithm is the testing procedure with which test.net tests and evaluates each product. It works similar to a highly precise, fine-tuned clockwork.

The algorithm is the testing procedure with which test.net tests and evaluates each product. It works similar to a highly precise, fine-tuned clockwork.

A clockwork presents a mechanism inside of a clock which consists of a multitude of intertwined gear wheels. A clockwork serves to show the correct time.


No Scope for Interpretation

Der test.net Algorithmus scannt Produkte auf ihre Eigenschaften
The test.net algorithm scanns products for technical properties

The test.net algorithm is a structure of formula that works according to multiple, intertwined mathematical problems. The algorithm serves to show the correct product characteristics. At worst this means: five tests, five testers, five opinions and many clueless consumers.

The test.net algorithm doesn’t interpret, because it’s not able to do so. It can only count and measure.

Solid as a Rock

The test.net algorithm can’t judge whether a control element is eventually located at an unreachable spot, but it is absolutely incorruptible since it doesn’t compare products, but merely product characteristics that are isolated from the product. Step by step it precisely processes its measure and counting tasks.

Therewith, test.net’s algorithm creates a solid reference point for products. As solid as a rock, it undertakes each evaluation according to the same procedures. Hence, the tests remain objective and neutral since a product is as it is. A product does not get better or worse only because a different tester utilized it.

Humans interpret perceived information. Product testers do the same. For some a color might be mint green, for others blue-green. For some a drill driver might lie comfortably in the hand, others might find it tendentially unhandy, etc.

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