Software benchmarking workshop, April 20, King's College London
Members of this list who are in the UK during April may be interested in this free workshop in central London. If you have any questions please feel free to email me directly.
Best Practices in Software Benchmarking 2016 (#bench16) Wednesday April 20 2016 King's College London http://soft-dev.org/events/bench16/
For computer scientists and software engineers, benchmarking (evaluating the running time of a piece of software, or the performance of a piece of hardware) is a common method for evaluating new techniques. However, there is little agreement on how benchmarking should be carried out, how to control for confounding variables, how to analyse latency data, or how to aid the repeatability of experiments. This free workshop will be a venue for computer scientists and research software engineers to discuss their current best practices and future directions.
For further information and free registration please visit: http://soft-dev.org/events/bench16/
Jan Vitek (Northeastern University) Joe Parker (The Jodrell Laboratory, Royal Botanic Gardens) Simon Taylor (University of Lancaster) Tomas Kalibera (Northeastern University) James Davenport (University of Bath) Edd Barrett (King's College London) Jeremy Bennett (Embecosm)
Sarah Mount & Laurence Tratt (King's College London)