Publications

Peer-reviewed conference papers

Peer-reviewed conferences are accepted in computer science as high-quality scholarly articles. This point is also clarified by Michael D. Ernst (Professor at the University of Washington, and previously researcher at Microsoft Research and tenured professor at MIT), who explains that: “conference papers are arguably more prestigious than journal publications: oftentimes, conferences have higher standards and lower acceptance rates.” The same point is expressed in the article “Research Evaluation for Computer Science” in Communications of the ACM (April 2009).

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Peer-reviewed book chapters

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Other types of peer-reviewed publications

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