T. W. Griffith

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The focus of this research is on dynamical modeling in scientific reasoning. Dynamical modeling uses, transforms, and constructs models which capture the causal and structural dynamics of given phenomena. I describe a computational theory of dynamical modeling which utilizes representational and processing languages from artificial intelligence to represent(More)
This paper presents a pattern of reasoning called “functionfollows-form” (FFF) uncovered through a study of scientific problem solving. In the study we modeled eleven “think-out-loud” problem-solving protocols taken by John Clement (1989). Our work involved computationally modeling the reasoning processes of eleven scientists each attempting to solve the(More)