"why we are doing the research, why our tasks are particularly illustrative, why our methods are a step forward, whether performance is likely to increase or has reached a limit, is more important than performance measures because it tells us how research should proceed"
Paraphrased from Cohen and Howe 1988
Beating the state of the art is often a distraction from more important questions.
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