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Repeatability and Benefaction in Computer Systems Research — A Study and a Modest Proposal

@inproceedings{Warren2015RepeatabilityAB,
  title={Repeatability and Benefaction in Computer Systems Research — A Study and a Modest Proposal},
  author={Alex M. Warren},
  year={2015}
}
  • Alex M. Warren
  • Published 2015
  • We describe a study into the extent to which Computer Systems researchers share their code and data and the extent to which such code builds. Starting with 601 papers from ACM conferences and journals, we examine 402 papers whose results were backed by code. For 32.3% of these papers we were able to obtain the code and build it within 30 minutes; for 48.3% of the papers we managed to build the code, but it may have required extra effort; for 54.0% of the papers either we managed to build the… CONTINUE READING
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