10 questions for reading papers by Harry Shum

Q1 What problem does the paper try to solve?

Q2 Is this a new problem?

Q3 What scientific hypothesis is this paper trying to test?

Q4 What are the relevant studies? How are they categorized? Who are the noteworthy researchers in the
field on this topic?

Q5 What is the key to the solution mentioned in the paper?

Q6 How were the experiments in the paper designed?

Q7 What is the dataset used for the quantitative evaluation? Is the code open source?

Q8 Do the experiments and results in the paper support the scientific hypotheses that need to be tested

Q9 What exactly is the contribution of this paper?

Q10 What about the next step? What work can be continued in depth?