Adding Good Comparisons

I think  what works much better to put it at the end right so if you put it back here then you have all the scaffolding you can make smooth comparisons and and you’re good to go that is not to say that on this earlier part you should ignore related work right so imagine that you’re explaining something just to somebody on the whiteboard right you’re going to say well you know here’s the problem and here is the first way that you might think to approach it and you know you’re probably going to describe you know a pathway to your idea and that pathway is bound to be using ideas that you’ve you know from the Giants on whose shoulders you are standing and even on the whiteboard you might say this is an idea that you know Mike burrows divert when he you know and he developed B zip but certainly in a talk you could have a little you know square brackets Burroughs 93 just on the side. Learn how to make great comparisons at Edusson.

It needs an inform part of your soundtrack it just reassures your audience certainly your knowledgeable part of your audience that you do actually know that this is standard work you could say it standard work right but the the goal is for this initial part describe the problem describe your idea it’s an exposition in which you’re taking the reader to your idea by the most direct path right and the most direct path will involve some mention of related work and you should absolutely mention that describe it in as much detail as is necessary to get to idea and incidentally giving credit where credit is due but your focus is leading your own reader by the hand to the to your idea it is not at that stage on giving credit to the the related work does that make sense so it’s where your focus lies now when you get to write the related work section which you absolutely must I mean so in talks that there may not be time in a paper that you you know.

It really is essential scholarship to have related work to your paper is so here is something which you often find in related work sections that the you know the you you read it and it sounds a bit as if the author is saying well you know brown and white to this but it turned out to be really hopeless and you know green and and blue did this and that was pretty hopeless to it now but my idea is fantastic but so so they’re sort of not exactly denigrating but somehow you know the opposition wasn’t really very good but life isn’t like that so but it is if I have um you know 20 pounds in my pocket here we are well I’m money in my wallet so if I give this to Fraser right there you can take a temporary Fraser so I’m now ten pounds poorer and Fraser is 10 pounds richer what a transaction is taking place it’s a sort of zero-sum game but only a hand if I um you know Fraser is friend of mine and I give him love right and friendship am I the poor for it do I have less love to give to other people no love is a sort of infinitely divisible commodity.