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Constructive Research

Constructive Research

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Published by: ariffmt on Jul 11, 2010
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Constructive research
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(December 2007)
Constructive research
is perhaps the most commoncomputer scienceresearch method. Thistype of approach demands a form of validation that doesn’t need to be quite as empirically basedas in other types of research likeexploratory research.Nevertheless the conclusions have to be objectively argued and defined. This may involveevaluating the “construct” being developed analytically against some predefined criteria or performing somebenchmark tests with theprototype. The term “construct” is often used in this context to refer to the new contribution being developed.Construct can be a newtheory,algorithm,model, software, or a framework. The following phrases explain the above figure.The "fuzzyinfo from many sources" tab refers to different info sources like training materials,processes, literature, articles, working experience etc.In the “solution” tab, “theoretical framework” represents a tool to be used in the problem solving.The “practical relevance” tab it refers toempiricalknowledge creation that offers final benefits.

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