I have a problem with incomplete comparisons in the following example: “We use SMILI to see differences of features offered by each system more clearly.”
Usually when you use a comparision such as "more clearly," you must state what it is compared to-- i.e., more clearly than what? However, if your previous sentences have already stated or discussed the non-SMILI alternative(s), then the complete comparison is implicit. I would still more around a few words for clarity's sake.
“We use SMILI to more clearly see the differences of features offered by each system.”
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