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REVIEW OF RELATED
LITERATURE
Once you are satisfied that you have carried out a
reasonably comprehensive study of the literature in the
field, you need...
Once you are satisfied that you have carried out a
reasonably comprehensive study of the literature in the
field, you need...
 Present the literature so as to justify carrying out the study
by showing what is known and what remains to be
investiga...
1.Begin with the most recent studies in your field
and then work backward through earlier volumes.
2.Read the abstract or ...
5.For each concept, write out the complete
bibliographic reference.
6.To make sorting and organizing easier, do not put
mo...
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RELATED LITERATURE MATRIX
Author (Year) Title Objective Scope
(state of the art,
methods,
algorithms)
Limitations
(may i...
 Enumerate the 7 steps in organizing Related Literature
SELF CHECK
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  1. 1. 1 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
  2. 2. Once you are satisfied that you have carried out a reasonably comprehensive study of the literature in the field, you need to organize it. A useful approach is to arrange the studies by topic or sub-topic and determine how each of these relates to your study. 2 ORGANIZE RELATED LITERATURE
  3. 3. Once you are satisfied that you have carried out a reasonably comprehensive study of the literature in the field, you need to organize it. A useful approach is to arrange the studies by topic or sub-topic and determine how each of these relates to your study. 3 ORGANIZE RELATED LITERATURE
  4. 4.  Present the literature so as to justify carrying out the study by showing what is known and what remains to be investigated about the topic.  Avoid the temptation to present the literature as a series of separate, unrelated summaries.  Don’t include every study you find in a search of literature. 4 ORGANIZE RELATED LITERATURE
  5. 5. 1.Begin with the most recent studies in your field and then work backward through earlier volumes. 2.Read the abstract or summary section of a report first to determine whether it is relevant to your topic. 3.Before taking notes, skim the report quickly to find those sections that are related to your topic. 4.Make notes directly on file cards; they are easier to sort and organize than sheets of paper, backs of envelopes, and so on. 5 STEPS IN ORGANIZING RELATED LITERATURE
  6. 6. 5.For each concept, write out the complete bibliographic reference. 6.To make sorting and organizing easier, do not put more than one reference on each card. 7.Be sure to indicate which parts of the notes are direct quotations from the author and which are your own paraphrases. 6 STEPS IN ORGANIZING RELATED LITERATURE
  7. 7. 7 RELATED LITERATURE MATRIX Author (Year) Title Objective Scope (state of the art, methods, algorithms) Limitations (may include recommendations)
  8. 8.  Enumerate the 7 steps in organizing Related Literature SELF CHECK

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