I need to know what it means when a paper starts with: “Revisiting [topic]”
I read enough on a topic to write a survey paper, and I want to publish it in a conference to get feedback and discuss it with the relevant community. I want to publish it as soon as possible, because if I don’t, somebody else will.
However, it might be the case that in the future, I can find more relevant information and my insights will develop (as I will continue researching the same topic in the future), which might extend the survey I propose. Is it okay to publish another ‘revisiting’ paper with an extended survey? Or does this leave a bad mark on the publication and the researcher? I do not want to delay publishing because it may be hard to reach a point where I am 100% satisfied with my knowledge of the topic. But I might be wrong and I should publish only when I reach this stage.