Questions that are not clearly described are quickly closed down by a moderator, who are almost unlikely to help the asker clarify their confusion by asking suggestive questions such as "do you mean...", "do you want to ask...".
What can an asker do to make their question, which has not yet been conceptualized clear enough, acceptable?
Honestly，it sounds like a paradoxical question. On the one hand, if the questions are clearly defined, the asker can search the relevant literature on the academic engine directly with the specific keywords and concepts and get the relevant answers, which is more efficient and systematical than posting on Stack Overflow.
Stack Exchange is usually referred to when a right keyword or clear statement is not found. However, if it is not clear enough (even worse, sometimes, the question is interdisciplinary), it will usually be closed by the administrator without a specific reason and won't be reopened even when the askers provide more details and clarification.
In that case, the role of Stack Exchange as a bridge between academic research and practice and a more open alternative to earlier question and answer websites to help promote the development of new research will be limited. Is there anything the questioner could do to make the question "clearer" and more specific?