Human and Machine Problem Solving: A Comparative Overview
In this chapter I will be reviewing, with a comparative eye, the substantive pairs of chapters in the body of this book. I will be particularly concerned with questions of mutual influences between research on human and machine problem solving and with general principles that emerge from a comparative reading of Chapters 2 through 12.
KeywordsMutual Influence Human Expert Extensive Search Machine Problem Skilled Player
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