Learning Reproducibility with a Yearly Networking Contest

M. Canini, J. Crowcroft
Proceedings of the Reproducibility Workshop, pp. 9-13, (2017)

Keywords

Network Performance

Abstract

​Better reproducibility of networking research results is currently a major goal that the academic community is striving towards. This position paper makes the case that improving the extent and pervasiveness of reproducible research can be greatly fostered by organizing a yearly international contest. We argue that holding a contest undertaken by a plurality of students will have benefits that are two-fold. First, it will promote hands-on learning of skills that are helpful in producing artifacts at the replicable-research level. Second, it will advance the best practices regarding environments, testbeds, and tools that will aid the tasks of reproducibility evaluation committees by and large.

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DOI: 10.1145/3097766.3097769

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