State of the art reviews "generally focus on recently published literature to assess current matters. A state-of-the-art review will often highlight new ideas or gaps in research with no official quality assessment." "In general, state-of-the-art reviews tend to report results using both narrative forms and a tabular component" (Baguss, 2020).
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