I am doing a literature study, and I would like to identify published research papers that report results on Reuters dataset RCV1-v2 (as comprehensively as could possibly be expected). The results should preferably be comparable (i.e. use the exact same subset of this dataset, e.g., some tend to use only a smaller subset)
How should one approach this problem?
So far, this is what I did:
The dataset was introduced in this paper: Rcv1: A new benchmark collection for text categorization research.
I went to scholar.google.com, found the paper, clicked on "citations", then marked "search within citation", and used keywords such as "results", "comparison", "evaluation". Is there a better way?
There are 1651 citations (according to Google scholar...), at what point should one feel reasonable comfortable that one has (comprehensively) identified the papers which have reported (comparable) results on this dataset?
The goal of the literature study is to motivate my choice of method (I want to inform myself of what methods have been applied, and how they compare to each other).