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Dynamic systems as tools for analysing human judgement
How the task demands of system identification and system control can be realised in these environments, and how psychometrically acceptable dependent variables can be derived are set out.
Complex problem solving: a case for complex cognition?
  • J. Funke
  • Psychology
    Cognitive Processing
  • 26 June 2010
Two examples for the assessment of CPS, Tailorshop and MicroDYN, are presented to illustrate the concept by means of their measurement devices and the relation of complex cognition and emotion in the CPS context is discussed.
Complex problem solving : the European perspective
Contents: Preface. Part I: Introduction. P.A. Frensch, J. Funke, Definitions, Traditions, and a General Framework for Understanding Complex Problem Solving. A. Buchner, Basic Topics and Approaches to
Solving complex problems: Exploration and control of complex systems
In a coordinate detection system, the interruption of pulsed invisible light beams is used to determine the spatial coordinates of a passive stylus, such as a finger or a pencil, relative to an
Complex Problem Solving
Complex problem solving takes place for reducing the barrier between a given start state and an intended goal state with the help of cognitive activities and behavior. Start state, intended goal
Complex Problem Solving: What It Is and What It Is Not
This paper addresses the important features that define complex problems and returns the focus to content issues and the content validity of complex problem solving.
Funke Dynamic Problem Solving : A New Assessment Perspective
Results indicated that the assumed measurement model, which comprised three dimensions, information retrieval, model building, and forecasting, fitted the data well and could be replicated in another sample, showing excellent reliability estimates for all dimensions.