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Friday, October 2, 2009

What's Your View?

When I was a student, my supervisor often asked me the question. It confused me, which meant that I didn't understand what I was talking.

Although the relationship between understanding the contents and grasping the view is bi-directionally, it is worth trying to grasp the view of a given research first, then understand the remains. This strategy is easier, particularly for me. Never forget to look for the author's viewpoint. Ask myself: "What's the view of the research?" Now I must be able to find the goal of the research easily.

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