Every "best paper" from Computer Science conferences since 1996 [link]

post by Kevin · 2010-12-30T11:03:49.505Z · score: 4 (7 votes) · LW · GW · Legacy · 4 comments

http://jeffhuang.com/best_paper_awards.html

http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2051437

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comment by rhollerith_dot_com · 2011-01-01T00:38:14.372Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW(p) · GW(p)

Most of the papers are behind a paywall.

comment by MichaelHoward · 2010-12-30T13:39:44.330Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW(p) · GW(p)

A good link, but the title may be misleading.

11 CS conferences, a marginal fraction of how many CS conferences are out there.

notably all best papers before 2005 are missing for ICML.

in terms of metrics of research quality, not all conferences are equal, and "best" papers are often selected by a relatively small group of people whose decision isn't really validated too much.

comment by MichaelHoward · 2010-12-30T13:34:35.341Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW(p) · GW(p)

A good link, but the title may be misleading.

"Every best paper from CS conferences" does not really sound like what this site does -- list best papers from 11 CS conferences, a marginal fraction of how many CS conferences are out there.

the title is wrong. it's not every "best paper": notably all best papers before 2005 are missing for ICML.

in terms of metrics of research quality, not all conferences are equal, and "best" papers are often selected by a relatively small group of people whose decision isn't really validated too much.

comment by MichaelHoward · 2010-12-30T13:33:21.903Z · score: 0 (0 votes) · LW(p) · GW(p)

A good link, but the title may be misleading.

"Every best paper from CS conferences" does not really sound like what this site does -- list best papers from 11 CS conferences, a marginal fraction of how many CS conferences are out there.

the title is wrong. it's not every "best paper": notably all best papers before 2005 are missing for ICML. In terms of metrics of research quality, not all conferences are equal, and "best" papers are often selected by a relatively small group of people whose decision isn't really validated too much.