The LiquidPub project has compiled statistics about citations, acceptance rates and diversity measures for Computer Science conferences based on the CiteSeer database and other sources. A summary of these statistics can be found at: http://math.ut.ee/~dumas/LiquidPub/ConfStats and comments are welcome…
The LiquidPub teams invites you to join our online-workshop on trust and reputation! You can find all information here: http://www.interdisciplines.org/conference.php?confid=18 Please take part in discussing the abstracts and help them grow into full papers by making fruiful comments. (PS. It is a moderated discussion. Once you post something, the moderators […]
The LiquidPub project is conducting a study aimed at comparing the perceived impact of computer science researchers with bibliometric indicators and other metrics of impact. Response will be treated confidentially and results of the survey will NOT be released publicly, not even within the project. The goal of the survey is simply to determine which scientif […]
Last week I attended the workshop on The Influence and Impact of Web 2.0 on Various Applications. It was organized by Mark Baker from Research3.org. It was an extremely interesting and productive workshop, below I will try to summarize some parallels between presentations and LiquidPub.
Programmers should not have to sacrifice code clarity or good software engineering practices to obtain performance. This work shows how to attain this goal for high-level Haskell in the domain of sequence-processing functions.