Global vs. local information processing in visual/spatial problem solving: The case of traveling salesman problem

@article{Kong2007GlobalVL,
  title={Global vs. local information processing in visual/spatial problem solving: The case of traveling salesman problem},
  author={Xiaohui Kong and Christian D. Schunn},
  journal={Cognitive Systems Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={192-207}
}
Human visual/spatial problem solving often requires both global and local information to be processed. But the relationship between those two kinds of information and the way in which they interact with one another during problem solving has not been thoroughly discussed. In the particular setting of solving the traveling salesman problem (TSP), we investigated into the relative roles of global and local information processing. An experiment was conducted to measure the importance of global… CONTINUE READING
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