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Seems like a developing field is a discussion that a community of researchers engages in. To participate, you'd need to: Speak the language, e.g. know about quantum computing terminology. Know the background, e.g. quantum physics and computational theory. Once you have some basis for understanding the discussion, then you focus on getting your own ideas ...


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The problem you pose is a difficult one. Every graduate student researching for her/his dissertation faces it. Suppose you have a particular paper in hand and want to learn from it. The normal solution can be expressed recursively: method research(Paper x, Author y){ if(y == IsaacNewton){ read(x); } else { foreach(Paper paper: ...


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With regards to your setup, one concern that I have is that the steps might not make a lot of sense, at least as written. It would be very useful if you provided one exemplar of what you mean for a summary to look like, and what you would like an algorithm "run by hand" to look like. For the first part, a summary could mean two sentences, or it ...


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Answering your questions with suitable answers for doing research you must have the following:- A topic or brief subject on which you want to work. In CS field, start find faults and raising questions to yourself about the topic you learn, e.g. while learning sorting in Data structure, what other technique you can suggest while simplifying existing ...


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I would suggest taking to professors at your institution. If the semester is in session, you can go to their office hours; otherwise, you can email your advisor or another professor who knows you. Even if it's outside their area, they should be able to steer you in the right direction.


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I don't have research on it, but some experience. In this case it was teaching functional to those with some other background as part of a language principles course. I'm a terrible Lisp/Scheme programmer so I was as outside my comfort zone as the students were. I did two things. First, I used Standard ML instead of Scheme. I can program effectively in ML, ...


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