We invite the authors of accepted HPCA 2023 papers to submit their artifacts to be assessed based on the ACM Artifact Review and Badging policy. Note that this submission is voluntary and will not influence the final decision regarding the papers.
The authors of accepted papers at HPCA 2023 will be invited to submit their artifacts according to the established submission guidelines followed by previous conferences. Submission will be then reviewed according to the reviewing guidelines. Papers that successfully go through AE will receive a set of IEEE Reproducibility Badges of approval printed on the papers themselves. Authors of such papers will have an option to include a two-page-max artifact appendix to their camera-ready paper. The optional artifact appendix pages will be free of charge.
An artifact submission consists of two parts:
- The paper and a two-page appendix. Please prepare your appendix using the provided template. The appendix is expected to contain the following main sections:
- an abstract
- an itemized meta information list
- access to the artifact
- system requirements and dependencies
- experiment workflow
- steps for evaluation
- The artifact. Please make your artifact accessible by the reviewing committee. We do not limit the way of code delivery. However, if you would like to apply for the “Artifact Available” badge, you will need to have your artifact available at a public archival repository (for more details, see the reviewing guide).
Note: the paper does not need to be the final version, as the main goal of this submission is to let artifact reviewers reproduce your experiments.
Please submit your artifact on our submission site https://hpca2023ae.hotcrp.com/. When you submit, please provide details about the artifact’s software and hardware requirements. This will be extremely helpful for the Artifact Evaluation Committee to find suitable reviewers.
|Submission Deadline||Oct. 31st, 2022|
|Notification||Dec. 2nd, 2022|