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Artifact Evaluation for CGO'15

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Prizes for 2 highest ranked artifacts

1st place sponsored by
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2nd place sponsored by
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"Nvidia Quadro K6000" for
"The SprayList: A scalable relaxed priority queue"
Justin Kopinsky, Dan Alistarh, Jerry Li  and Nir Shavit

"Acer C720P" for
"A graph-based higher-order intermediate representation"
Roland Leißa, Marcel Köster and Sebastian Hack 


Important dates

  • CGO paper decision:
    10 Nov 2014
  • Artifact submission:
    18 Nov 2014 AoE
  • Technical clarification:
    10-12 Dec 2014
  • Decision announced:
    16 Dec 2014
  • Public discussion:
    9 Feb 2015 [ Slides ]

Packaging guidelines

We use the following guidelines for artifacts. Because we want to encourage as many of you as possible to submit, these are only guidelines, not hard rules. Of course, if the material you want us to evaluate is fairly standard, following these suggestions will greatly simplify our lives. After all, remember: You want us to be able to evaluate your artifact, don't you?

How to submit

Please read the guidelines on what to submit. Please upload your submission to EasyChair (common with PPoPP).

Review process

The review process is described in detail here.

Artifact Evaluation Committee (AEC)

Chairs:

Advisory board:

Committee members:

  • David Boehme, LLNL, USA
  • Santiago Bock, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Lingda Li, Rutgers University, USA
  • Lin Ma, Huawei America Research Lab, USA
  • Yiannis Nikolakopulos, Chalmers University, Sweden
  • Jeeva Paudel, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Paul Thomson, Imperial College London, UK
  • Peter Libic, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Dave Wilkinson, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • Weiwei Chen, Qualcomm, USA
  • Riyadh Baghdadi, ENS and University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
  • Na Meng, University of Texas Austin, USA
  • Arun Raman, Qualcomm, USA
  • Bapi Chatterjee, Chalmers University, Sweden
  • Martin Maas, University of California Berkeley, USA
  • Vojtech Horky, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Vasileios Trigonakis, EPFL, Switzerland
  • Mahdi Eslamimehr, SAP Labs, USA
  • Yuhao Zhu, University of Texas Austin, USA
  • Melanie Kambadur, Columbia University, USA
  • Michael Laurenzano, UMich, USA

Above threshold

List of papers with artifacts above threshold:

  • Locality-Centric Thread Scheduling for Bulk-synchronous Programming Models on CPU Architectures
    Hee-Seok Kim, Izzat El Hajj, John Stratton, Steven Lumetta and Wen-Mei Hwu
  • MemorySanitizer: fast detector of uninitialized memory use in C++
    Evgeniy Stepanov and Konstantin Serebryany
  • A Parallel Abstract Interpreter for JavaScript
    Kyle Dewey, Vineeth Kashyap and Ben Hardekopf
  • A Graph-Based Higher-Order Intermediate Representation
    Roland Leißa, Marcel Köster and Sebastian Hack
  • Optimizing the flash-RAM energy trade-off in deeply embedded systems
    James Pallister, Kerstin Eder and Simon J. Hollis
  • Scalable Conditional Induction Variable (CIV) Analysis
    Cosmin E. Oancea and Lawrence Rauchwerger

Discussions

We consider AE as a continuous learning curve. If you have questions or comments and suggestions on how to improve packaging and reviewing process, please get in touch or use our public Google or LinkedIn groups. We will hold a joint public CGO/PPoPP AE discussion session on February 9th, 2015.

Prior Artifact Evaluation

Artifacts have been already evaluated at several conferences and workshops including recent PLDI 2014, OOPSLA 2014 and ADAPT 2014. Our eventual goal is to develop common evaluation methodology gradually and collaboratively. See artifact-eval.org, cknowledge.org/reproducibility and mailing list for more details.



Sponsors and supporters

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