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Research For Practice: Vigorous Public Debates in Academic Computer Science


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This installment of Research for Practice features a special curated selection from John Regehr, who takes us on a tour of great debates in academic computer science research. In case you thought flame wars were reserved for Usenet mailing lists and Twitter, think again: the academic literature is full of dramatic, spectacular, and vigorous debates spanning file systems, operating system kernel design, and formal verification. Please enjoy!

Peter Bailis


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Moshe Vardi

See https://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2010/1/55739-more-debate-please/fulltext


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