[IPOL discuss] Reproducibility of Computation Based Research: Languages, Standards, Methodologies and Platforms

Nicolas Limare nicolas.limare at cmla.ens-cachan.fr
Wed Mar 25 11:30:07 CET 2015

A workshop organised by people from http://www.execandshare.org/
(ex-RunMyCode), Paris, July 28-30.


Reproducibility of Computation Based Research:  Languages, Standards,
Methodologies and Platforms 
Joint event with NTMS15

Scientific Reproducibility refers to the ability of obtaining the same
results, obtained previously, by applying the identical methods and
experimental conditions used to obtain the original results.  In the
context of computation based research i.e. when computer codes are
used to produce or demonstrate the research findings, methods and
experimental conditions include, among others things, data, codes and
computation environment specifications. However, research findings are
often showed by publishing scientific paper only. This leads to tricky
issues of reproducibility which in turn could lead to many
difficulties in knowledge transfer and even to a crisis of
The workshop is expected to provide an opportunity for researchers to
meet and discuss the latest solutions, scientific results and methods
in solving intriguing problems in the field of computation based
research reproducibility. The workshop covers all aspects related to
the standardization, development, assessment, deployment, operation
and sustainability of research oriented solutions and systems. Topics
include, but are not limited to:

Data and code Repositories for research
Reproducibility platforms and tools
Standardization and reproducibility criterions
Cross domain reproducibility
Traceability, versioning and authors’ rights
Research Verifiability
Research Reusability
Research sustainability
Code Testability
Research Oriented Domain Specific Languages
Experimentation methods description and Preservation.
Continuous  integration

Nicolas LIMARE
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