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The general connotation and significance of the scientific problems associated with the theory system have been elaborated in Sect. 4.4. Now, based on the core concepts and rationales discussed in Chaps. 5 and 6, we employ the core concepts and make deductions based on the explicit rationales to identify the academic scientific problems and their theoretical values with respect to the mega infrastructure construction management theory. Although this is only a tentative exploration of the building of scientific problems in the mega infrastructure construction management theory system, its significance is far more important because only after the establishment of the complete logic chain, i.e., core concepts—rationales—scientific problems, can the mega infrastructure construction management theory system be perceived as generally normative and complete.
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