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Why Publish Reviews?

A question that we sometimes get is why we make public the reviews for our papers. There are a variety of reasons but the foremost reason is that it allows you as the reader to peek behind the curtain and see the critiques as leveled by the reviewers. The process of reviewing is a subjective process. Some conferences and journals work quite well in this respect, others perhaps not so much. As appropriate, we also try to reveal the paper chain including prior submissions / rejections for a paper as well. We feel this gives you as the reader a better sense of the history of the paper and perhaps can educate you in how you prepare / submit future papers to similar conferences.

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Topic revision: r1 - 2013-12-16 - AaronStriegel
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