INSTRUCTOR-LEARNER PARADIGM FOR THE STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND ITS APPLICABILITY.

    研究成果: Chapter

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    An attempt has been made to develop a method for obtaining data which might clarify human problem-solving processes explicitly. Called the Blank Production System, it is basically a production system which, however, starts without any knowledge. Three different kinds of problem-solving tasks were prepared, and, for each task, two or three subjects, who were somewhat accustomed to computer use, were asked to instruct the system his/her way to solve the given problem. The instruction was given in the form of if-then rules. In spite of the fact that the interface of the system was far from being well-refined, the tasks were completed properly, and various instructions in the form of production were acquired by the system.

    元の言語English
    ホスト出版物のタイトルBulletin of Centre for Informatics (Waseda University)
    ページ34-40, 115
    3
    出版物ステータスPublished - 1986 3

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

    これを引用

    Kogo, C. (1986). INSTRUCTOR-LEARNER PARADIGM FOR THE STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND ITS APPLICABILITY.Bulletin of Centre for Informatics (Waseda University) (巻 3, pp. 34-40, 115)

    INSTRUCTOR-LEARNER PARADIGM FOR THE STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND ITS APPLICABILITY. / Kogo, Chiharu.

    Bulletin of Centre for Informatics (Waseda University). 巻 3 1986. p. 34-40, 115.

    研究成果: Chapter

    Kogo, C 1986, INSTRUCTOR-LEARNER PARADIGM FOR THE STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND ITS APPLICABILITY.Bulletin of Centre for Informatics (Waseda University). 巻. 3, pp. 34-40, 115.
    Kogo C. INSTRUCTOR-LEARNER PARADIGM FOR THE STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND ITS APPLICABILITY. : Bulletin of Centre for Informatics (Waseda University). 巻 3. 1986. p. 34-40, 115
    Kogo, Chiharu. / INSTRUCTOR-LEARNER PARADIGM FOR THE STUDY OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND ITS APPLICABILITY. Bulletin of Centre for Informatics (Waseda University). 巻 3 1986. pp. 34-40, 115
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