The Theory of Problem Solving

Scope of writings found here: A variety of writings discuss theories of problem solving. They contain developments in structured problem solving since the mid 20th century. Emphasis is placed on degrees of method from intuitive brainstorming, having no theoretical basis, to rather sophisticated, logical, structured methodologies. Target audience:

Intellectual Pursuit of Technical Problems

Intellectual Pursuit of Technical Problems Through Structured Abstraction Ed Sickafus Ntelleck, LLC, Grosse Ile, MI. USA ABSTRACT Several intellectual levels of reasoning in problem solving are discussed as levels of rationalization. Each level has varying degrees of understanding and adoption. An understanding of rationalization in problem solving refers to ability to follow teachings and demonstrations … More Intellectual Pursuit of Technical Problems