Enabling open and reproducible research at computer systems’ conferences: good, bad and ugly
This seminar took place on March 14, 2017 @ 1:30PM-4:30PM (UTC+1). The link to the video is below.
Table of Contents
This talk will be given by Grigori Fursin.
In computer science (but also in computational science), research claims are often based on digital artifacts (computer programs along with their environment, data sets and meta information). Allowing reviewers to evaluate such artifacts and others researchers to inspect and possibly reuse such artifacts is essential to improve both the faith in research claims and the capability to build on previous work.
In this talk, Grigori Fursin will present his experience with Artifact Evaluation at computer systems’ conferences. He will expose encountered problems, solutions, future initiatives and supporting frameworks.
To interact during the presentation (questions, comments), we used this pad that we will keep for the record.
Persons in charge
- Grenoble: Arnaud Legrand
- Bordeaux: Luka Stanisic
- Rennes: Martin Quinson
- Besançon: Louis-Claude Canon
- Grenoble: Imag Amphitheater on Campus
Practical Session Requirements