Human and Machine Problem Solving
K. J. Gilhooly
Plenum Press, 1989 - Computers - 382 pages
Thirteen chapters address a topic that is central to both psychology and artificial intelligence, bringing together research from both fields to gain insight into problem solving. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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algorithm alpha-beta alpha-beta pruning amnesics analysis applied approach Artificial Intelligence behavior Bratko breadth-first search chapter clause cognitive complex computer chess concept consider decision tree diagnostic disease domain encoding episodic episodic memory Erlbaum error example expert systems expertise Figure formal formula frame given goal heuristic Hillsdale human players human problem solving hypothesis implemented inference rule instantiated interaction involved Johnson-Laird knowledge base language long-term memory machine learning match mental logic mental models methods minimax move mycin node nonadversary problems objects operators performance play position possible premises Press prob problem representation problem solving problem-solving process procedure production propositional propositional logic pruning Psychology reasoning relevant represent result retrieval schema schemata search space selection semantic sequence Simon skill slot solution solver specific speech synthesis strategy structure subjects task techniques theory tion typical wffs xcon
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