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During the 1960s and 70s, researchers develop general problem-solving models to explain problem-solving processes (Bransford and Stein, 1984; Newell and Simon, 1972; Polya, 1957). The assumption was… Continue Reading
The aim of the paper is to create a methodology to support decision making for dealing with processes within a cluster. First the article focuses on a list of potentially suitable processes for a… Continue Reading