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Using Human Computation to Acquire Novel Methods for Addressing Visual Analogy Problems on Intelligence Tests

  title={Using Human Computation to Acquire Novel Methods for Addressing Visual Analogy Problems on Intelligence Tests},
  author={David A. Joyner and Darren Bedwell and Chris Graham and Warren Lemmon and {\'O}scar Mart{\'i}nez and Ashok K. Goel},
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