Strategy Variations in Analogical Problem Solving

  title={Strategy Variations in Analogical Problem Solving},
  author={Tom Y. Ouyang and Kenneth D. Forbus},
While it is commonly agreed that analogy is useful in human problem solving, exactly how analogy can and should be used remains an intriguing problem. VanLehn (1998) for instance argues that there are differences in how novices and experts use analogy, but the VanLehn and Jones (1993) Cascade model does not implement these differences. This paper analyzes several variations in strategies for using analogy to explore possible sources of novice/expert differences. We describe a series of ablation… CONTINUE READING

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