In the context of a scientific publication, a "reviewer" is typically a subject matter expert who is asked to evaluate the quality and validity of a manuscript submitted for publication in a journal or conference proceedings. Reviewers are typically chosen for their expertise in the same or a closely related field as the research presented in the manuscript.
Reviewer #2 are perceived as overly critical or harsh in their feedback, or the ones who are consistently reject a high number of manuscripts. Sometimes reviewer #2 also refers to the reviewers who are lack of expertise or experience in a specific field, and therefore not well placed to judge the merits of a manuscript.
It's important to remember that the process of scientific peer review is designed to be objective and impartial, and reviewers are expected to provide constructive feedback based on the research presented in the manuscript, without any personal bias. The ultimate goal of the process is to improve the quality of the research and ensure that only high-quality, rigorous work is published.
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