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Reproducibility and Trustworthiness of Computational Research
DescriptionThe advancement of scientific knowledge is driven by the ability to reproduce research findings. While there is an agreement about the importance of reproducibility and we continue to see a growing number of related initiatives, most researchers, however, still do not incorporate reproducibility practices in their work. It is also not uncommon to lose years of research progress when a researcher leaves a team or graduates. Building on PEARC22 BoF discussions, this BoF will aim at democratizing reproducibility and discussing opportunities and challenges for developing active community-driven services and shared training resources for the reproducibility and trustworthiness of scientific research.
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