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Research Problem Sub-problem Collected Literature Problem 1 Sub-problem 1 Literature 1 Literature 2 Sub-problem 2 Problem 2 Sub-problem n 2. Determine the types of methodology (qualitative or quantitative) a. Compare and contrast the features of qualitative and quantitative methodologies b. Decide what type of methodology you plan to applied in your project and justify your decision 3. Review, analyse and summarize the existing methodologies reported in the collected literatures a. Select one sub-problem that you are going to work with. Get all the related literatures ready for further analysis.
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NIT6130 Introduction to Research Page 2 of 2 b. Take intensive reading to identify research problems and the methodologies used to solve the proposed problems c. Rate the relevance of the literature to your sub-problem d. Record your work using the table below Literature # Research Problem Methodology Your Sub-problem Relevance 4. Propose your methodology a. There are three common options to identify your methodology i. to take use of any existing methodology from literature ii. to use an existing methodology or a set of existing methodologies with your modification (major or minor) iii.
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  • Two '18
  • john
  • Qualitative Research, Software development methodology, VU Collaborate

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