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Conducting Systematic Literature Reviews

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A Systematic Literature Review (SLR) is a structured and auditable method used to obtain, extract and synthesise information relevant to a particular research question. Each stage in the SLR process is documented and conducted in a systematic manner with the aim of presenting a fair evaluation of a research topic by using a trustworthy, rigorous and auditable methodology [1].

This talk describes the SLR methodology, the stages required to conduct a SLR , and past experiences/lessons learnt after conducting a SLR as part of a Ph.D. research project.


1. Kitchenham, B. Procedures for Undertaking Systematic Reviews. Technical Report (TR/SE-0401), Keele University, Keele (2004).

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