Critique Paper on Introduction.docx - VLADIMIR ROLDAN B ROSALES I 4BSAM Critique Paper on Introduction In this paper we are going to scrutinize the

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VLADIMIR ROLDAN B. ROSALES I 4BSAM Critique Paper on Introduction In this paper, we are going to scrutinize the selected special problems by the students in the past, specifically on their introduction. Before we get into that, we need to define what makes a good and clear introduction in a research. According to some literatures, a good introduction should always pique someone’s interest in reading someone’s research. Since research is just on the same spectrum as storytelling books, a good introduction should already makes the reader curious on what would be the ending of the story. Not only that, but a good introduction should identify your topic, provide essential context, and indicate your particular focus in the essay. Also, start the introduction broad, and provide relevant background that leads to the objectives, significance of your study, and so on. Now, we start with assessing the SP entitled, “Vulnerability Assessment of Boston, Davao Oriental in Climate Change using GIS and Iyengar and Sudarshan Method”. This study, by the looks of the title already piqued my interest so I was able to read the intro. From what I’ve seen, it is a clear and direct proposition to the study, it has the elements of a good introduction and I am amazed of how the topics were able to correlate to one another. Next is the study entitled, “GIS-Based Site Suitablity Assessment for Evacuation Shelters During Flood Events using AHP in Talomo Watershed, Davao City”, wherein it provided long introduction which is still okay, since the study itself has a lot to discuss about. Overall, the introduction was enough for me to say that it can still be improved. Next is the study entitled, “Suitability Analysis for Identifying Housing Location Sites in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur using AHP and GIS”. For this study, I was able to appreciate that the author have put much detail in storytelling, which makes up for a rather long introduction. Overall, it also piqued my interest in reading more about the special problem. Next is the study entitled “An Ions Motion Optimization (IMO) Algorithm for the Continuous Absolute P-Center Location Problem with Euclidean Distance”. For this study, I was amazed of how the author made it shorter than anyone would expect, because the author made his points after points and only wrote what he would think is needed in introduction. The study “Brain Storm Optimization Simulated Annealing (BSO-SA) Algorithm for Unconstrained Nonlinear Optimization” mainly talked about on its introduction the basic
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VLADIMIR ROLDAN B. ROSALES I 4BSAM foundation of the method the author’s using so I think it’s okay. It piqued my interest as well to search for this particular algorithm as well. Next study is entitled, “A Matrix Norm-Free Proximal Algorithm Solving the Moreau- Envelope Based Model for Compressed Sensing” which I think in its title alone, already piqued my interest in reading the introduction. And it didn’t disappoint because the length of the introduction is good enough and everything else is also great and interesting to read.
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