Analysis of Problem-Solving Processes
Currently, although artificial intelligence solves many problems, creative problem-solving is an important task that has to be performed by human. However, this is not an easy task. Therefore, we propose a problem-solving support agent that interactively supports human problem-solving activities. Prior to the development of the problem-solving support agent, we organized the problem-solving process and researched the types of mistakes involved in the process. The result of this research clarified the nature of likely human errors and types of functions required to be performed by the problem-solving support agent.
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