Incentivizing Reproducibility

It is rare for research studies in computing to be reproduced. This seems odd, since we have an advantage over science done in wet labs. There is no reason for us not to be leaders in practices that enable audit and reuse when technically and legally possible.


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ACM Publications: Access and Sustainability

The dissemination of research results and other technical information is one of the primary ways in which ACM carries out its mission as an educational and scientific society. As such, ACM seeks to make its publications accessible to as wide an audience as possible. However, in doing so ACM also has a responsibility to its […]

Evolving the ACM Journal Distribution Program

ACM’s Digital Library (DL) has become an enormously effective mechanism for the distribution of research articles and related material in the field of computing. The DL’s wide availability and associated facilities have greatly reduced the need, and demand, for producing research publications in print. Thus, ACM has been working to position its publications program to […]

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