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Title:XSEDE Publication Initiative
Author(s):Hazlewood, Victor; Herriott, Laura T.
Contributor(s):XSEDE Senior Management Team
Subject(s):XSEDE, publication, initiative, strategy, technical report series, staff expertise
Abstract:The eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) proposes the following program-wide Publication Initiative as a strategy to document and share XSEDE work experiences, innovative activities, lessons learned, and best practices. One of XSEDE’s goals is to “Sustain the Ecosystem,” measured by the following metric: number of staff publications which fulfills the subgoal of how to “Operate an innovative and virtual organization.” The metric also feeds upward into a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for the entire project. Tracking the number of staff publications produced shows that XSEDE staff are involved in novel activities including those that achieve peer-reviewed publication. For PY7, the target metric will be 30 staff publications posted in the XSEDE User Portal for that Program Year. Historically, XSEDE has periodically emphasized staff entering previous and currently-published works with inconsistent diligence. In response to NSF encouragement, XSEDE will build on what we have been doing and what we have learned as a project and expand by identifying opportunities for both what content we would share with the community and the vehicles for doing so. In order to foster broad representation of XSEDE to the advanced computing community, XSEDE will build into the PY8 plan time for staff to write peer-reviewed papers, technical reports, white papers, and present from these publications derived from their work on XSEDE.
Issue Date:2017-10-02
Genre:Proposal
Report (Grant or Annual)
Technical Report
Article
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/98453
Date Available in IDEALS:2017-10-03


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