I am a bit confused with using the phrase state of the art. Is the following usage correct?
My motivation relies on the fact, discussed above, that there is little global state of the art evaluation of this product.
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If you are referring to the evaluation being state-of-the-art, it would help to surround the article with a little disambiguation.
My motivation relies on the fact, discussed above, that of the evaluations conducted of this product, few can be considered state-of-the-art.
I would just say 'recent', though.