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A summary of the reproducibility initiative for SC21

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Reproducibility in computer science is an ongoing issue. Studies have shown that while computer scientists provide detailed experimental results in their publications, other researchers are rarely able to reproduce their work. This puts the trustworthiness of computer science research in question. Some of the leading journals and conferences have in recent years introduced rewards for scientists publishing reproducible research, e.g. in the form of ACM /IEEE badges. The Supercomputing (SC) conference is one such example. As one of several RSEs who served as members of the Artifact Evaluation Committee for SC21 , in this talk I will give my summary of the reproducibility initiative for SC21 . The Reproducibility Advancement Award, which was also part of the SC conference for the first time, will also be briefly mentioned.

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