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The Problem Statement is the Problem

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Geer, D., Jr. ; Verdasys

A problem statement encouraging elegance is spare, unadorned, clean, and leaves the designer as much room as can be left. This is the hardest part of any design process. A good problem statement is a mentor and a supervisor. It asks the right question. A good problem statement extends its writer's skill and wisdom so that, if those are in short supply, the problem statement can make up for some of that itself.

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 2 )