Ill-structured problems in engineering: inferring the organization of complex problem-solving through concurrent think aloud and eye tracking protocols

Kaszowska, Aleksandra.


  • Solving ill-defined problems in real world settings is an inherently complex process that requires thinkers to integrate multiple knowledge domains and to continuously interact with the environment to maintain the most up-to-date definition of the problem space. In doing so, thinkers can divide the problem into a series of smaller, more manageable sub-problems, and address them in a stepwise ... read more
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