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What is the most important research method in computer science?  Why do you think it is the most important in comparison with other methods?
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by:morgan1
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This question was given to me as graduation requirements for a masters degree in computer science.  The answer to this question may be included in my response to the professor.
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by:Laphroaig
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Does qualification for a Masters Degree in Computer Science depend on your knowledge of the subject, or the initiative that you display in obtaining the correct answers to your Professor's questions with the minimum of effort on your part.

I would suggest that your personal integrity is in serious doubt here and that in the future, you will be unemployable in the IT industry, irrespective of whatever qualifications you fraudulantly obtained.


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by:mark2150
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The most important research method in *any* field is the ability TO DO IT YOURSELF!

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by:morgan1
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Thank you for your comments, though this is not what I was expecting.  The initiative displayed here is misconstrued without all of the information.  The purpose in these questions is to do research and being able to express yourself.  This question has certainly done that.  I am not trying to find an 'easy' way out.  There is alot of information to go through, I am sorry you do not approve of my posting this question here.  I thought with the large expository in this forum, I would get some idea I had not come across, yet.  And also, in any research, you must quote where you found the info and whose idea it is.  Which I have done.  My professors are quite aware of my ideas and know when I am not being totally honest.  Beside, I am doing other research related to this question on the internet, which my professors strongly encourage.
Any answer posted here will only be one of many gleemed from other sources on the internet.  (White papers, technical documents etc.)
Also any research is enhanced with personal interviews, whether through electronic means such as experts exchange or in person.
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