SIGMOD recognizes the best papers in terms of reproducibility. The three most reproducible papers are picked every year. The criteria are as follows: (i) coverage (ideal: all results can be verified), (ii) ease of reproducibility (ideal: just works), (iii) flexibility (ideal: can change workloads, queries, data and get similar behavior with published results), and (iv) portability (ideal: linux, mac, windows).


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Ning Yan, Sona Hasani, Abolfazl Asudeh, Chengkai Li
Generating Preview Tables for Entity GraphsShrainik Jain, Dominik Moritz, Daniel Halperin, Bill Howe, Ed Lazowska
SQLShare: Results from a Multi-Year SQL-as-a-Service Experiment

Fernando Chirigati, Harish Doraiswamy, Theodoros Damoulas, Juliana Freire
Data Polygamy: The Many-Many Relationships among Urban Spatio-Temporal Data Sets

Manos Athanassoulis, Zheng Yan, Stratos Idreos
UpBit: Scalable In-Memory Updatable Bitmap Indexing