On review quality definitions and the ranking

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Basic ideas

The RQC grading system is based on the following requirements:

These requirements are fulfilled in the following manner:

How to interpret the review quality definition (RQdef)

Look at the example RQdef for reference.

There are four aspects:
A: Helpfulness for Authors
D: Helpfulness for Decision
G: Graded Co-Reviews
T: Timeliness

The score for a review is computed as follows:

The per-review score percentile (100 is best) is for information only; the totals are used for computing the reviewer score and ranking.

Assumed reviewing model

RQC makes the following assumptions about the way reviewing should be interpreted:

For simplicity and transparency, the same model is applied to all conferences.

How the ranking is computed

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Precise description:

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