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Re: [condor-users] Acknowledging the Use of Condor in a Paper
- Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2004 10:09:08 -0600
- From: Todd Tannenbaum <tannenba@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [condor-users] Acknowledging the Use of Condor in a Paper
At 12:32 PM 1/9/2004, Alexander Klyubin wrote:
I'm writing up a paper. I used Condor to run simulations and get the
results I describe in the paper. Condor Public License states that I have
to acknowledge Condor in the paper:
3. Any academic report, publication, or other academic disclosure of
results obtained with this Software will acknowledge this Software's use
by an appropriate citation.
I'm not exactly sure how to interpret the above statement. Shall I just
mention in the Acknowledgment section that Condor(R) has been used to
obtain some results? Or shall I *cite* something? If so, what exactly
shall I cite?
Mentioning Condor in the acknowledgment section would be just fine and
would fully satisfy the license. Including a reference to one of our
overview papers (www.cs.wisc.edu/Condor/publications) and/or narrowing down
to a specific publication as Doug suggested would be "nice".
The wording in the license was purposefully left open-ended to empower you
to use your own judgement on what is appropriate for your own publication.
Todd Tannenbaum University of Wisconsin-Madison
Condor Project Research Department of Computer Sciences
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