Retrieval and Learning in Analogical Problem Solving

  title={Retrieval and Learning in Analogical Problem Solving},
  author={Randolph M. Jones},
EUREKA is a problem-solving system that operates through a form of analogical reasoning. The system was designed to study how relatively low-level memory, reasoning, and learning mechanisms can account for high-level learning in human problem solvers. Thus, EUREKA’s design has focused on issues of memory representation and retrieval of analogies, at the expense of complex problem-solving ability or sophisticated analogical elaboration techniques. Two computational systems for analogical… CONTINUE READING


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