Claudiane Oliveira

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Systematic Literature Review (SLR) is a means to synthesize relevant and high quality studies related to a specific topic or research questions. In general, a SLR has three phases, and the first one is the Primary Selection in which the selection of studies is usually performed manually reading title, abstract and keywords of each study. The number of(More)
Systematic Literature Review (SLR) is a means to synthesize relevant and high quality studies related to a specific topic or research questions. In the Primary Selection stage of an SLR, the selection of studies is usually performed manually by reading title, abstract, and keywords of each study. In the last years, the number of published scientific studies(More)
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