I have developed a software to meet a specific requirement in a research field. There is only one such software developed so far, mine is second.
In the thesis, I explain the implementation of the software. However, I feel like I also need a "Results" chapter. Most of the master theseses I have gone through from various disciplines have such a chapter. Looks like it is a must.
My software generates tangible models, storing a specific information, to be manufactured with various methods, such as CNC or 3D printing.
Output of the software should be considered as results. However, I don't want to conduct a cheesy case study with a bunch of people and publish it as a scientific result. An extensive, thorough study is takes more than 6 months and neither I have that much time nor the the knowledge/experience to conduct such a case study.
For example a friend of my implemented a software for twitter clustering and analyzing. The results are quite straightforward with his software. Run the tool, get the results and interpret them. Done.
I am not sure how to evaluate the results. Models are manufactured successfully, whereas that does not look like a result to me.
How would you approach this question for a possible solution? What my alternatives can be?