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Article: https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S0022000014000166?token=C733E



Article: https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S0022000014000166?token=C733E974436A84AD411DF8EABC74FC410FED110EA55AABD0AC6FDC1F401DED2EEB0FA41C1E13041E277BDBDCA1478021&originRegion=us-east-1&originCreation=20220531171920A.) Provide a summary of the paper that highlights the strengths and weaknesses of the author’s work. For the summary includea brief description of the problem,methods or models applied to solve the problem, and their evaluation,strength and weaknesses of the arguments presented in the paperB.) B.) Rate the paper based on the following criteria using excellent, good, fair, and poor for your ratings. Then justify your ratings:Presentation: Asses overall organization of the article including presentation of results. Does the author present the arguments in a logical order? Is the article written in a language that can be easily understood by a general audience (consider yourself as a member of the audience)?Context: Does the author include appropriate references to support the arguments, theories, and evaluation? Does the author show awareness of arguments in the literature that are opposing or supporting to the author’s own view?Soundness: Is the author’s work based on adequate evidence? Are research questions adequately examined?Significance: Based on your own judgment how significant is the article to the field. Does it address unanswered questions? Is the presented work useful?Conclusions: Does the author describe the implication of the presented work? Are the conclusions tied together with the arguments in the article?

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