Reflections on the Future of Research Curation and Research Reproducibility

@article{Baillieul2018ReflectionsOT,
  title={Reflections on the Future of Research Curation and Research Reproducibility},
  author={John Baillieul and Gerry Grenier and Gianluca Setti},
  journal={Proc. IEEE},
  year={2018},
  volume={106},
  pages={779-783}
}
In the years since the launch of the World Wide Web in 1993, there have been profoundly transformative changes to the entire concept of publishing—exceeding all the previous combined technical advances of the centuries following the introduction of movable type in medieval Asia around the year 1000 1 and the subsequent large-scale commercialization of printing several centuries later by J. Gutenberg (circa 1440). Periodicals in print—from daily newspapers to scholarly journals—are now quickly… 

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