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Herbert Alexander Simon

Bibliografías especializadas

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Obras del autor


  • Anderson,J. R.;Reder,L. M.;Simon,H. A.
    Situated learning and education1
    Educational Researcher
    1996, 25, 4, 5 - 11


  • Anderson,J. R.;Reder,L. M.;Simon,H. A.
    Situative versus cognitive perspectives: Form versus substance
    Educational Researcher
    1997, 26, 1, 18 - 21


  • Anzai,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    The theory of learning by doing
    Psychological review
    1979, 86, 2, 124 - 140


  • Aubert,K. E.;Todorov,A.;Lazarus,A. J.;Simon,H. A.;Akin,E.;Koblitz,N.
    Letters to the editor
    The Mathematical Intelligencer
    1988, 10, 4, 3 - 6


  • Bhandari,Inderpal S.;Simon,Herbert A.;Siewiorek,Daniel P.
    Optimal probe selection in diagnostic search
    IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics
    1990, 20, 5, 990 - 999


  • Bhandari,Inderpal;Simon,Herbert A.;Siewiorek,Daniel P.
    Models of Test Selection
    IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics
    1995, 25, 10, 1349 - 1364


  • Bhaskar,R.;Simon,H. A.
    Problem solving in semantically rich domains: An example from engineering thermodynamics
    Cognitive Science
    1977, 1, 2, 193 - 215


  • Bradshaw,G. F.;Langley,P. W.;Simon,H. A.
    Studying scientific discovery by computer simulation
    Science
    1983, 222, 4627, 971 - 975


  • Chase,W. G.;Simon,H. A.
    Perception in chess
    Cognitive psychology
    1973, 4, 1, 55 - 81


  • Eisenstadt,S. A.;Simon,H. A.
    Logic and Thought
    Minds and Machines
    1997, 7, 3, 365 - 385


  • Ericsson,K. A.;Simon,H. A.
    How to study thinking in everyday life: Contrasting think-aloud protocols with descriptions and explanations of thinking
    Mind, Culture, and Activity
    1998, 5, 3, 178 - 186


  • Ericsson,K. A.;Simon,H. A.
    Verbal reports as data
    Psychological review
    1980, 87, 3, 215 - 251


  • Farnham Diggory,S.;Simon,H. A.
    Retention of visually presented information in children's spelling
    Memory and Cognition
    1975, 3, 6, 599 - 608


  • FEIGENBAUM,E. A.;SIMON,H. A.
    A theory of the serial position effect.
    British journal of psychology (London, England : 1953)
    1962, 53, 307 - 320


  • Feigenbaum,E. A.;Simon,H. A.
    Comment: The distinctiveness of stimuli
    Psychological review
    1961, 68, 4, 285 - 288


  • Feigenbaum,E. A.;Simon,H. A.
    EPAM-like models of recognition and learning
    Cognitive Science
    1984, 8, 4, 305 - 336


  • Fernandes,R.;Simon,H. A.
    A study of how individuals solve complex and ill-structured problems
    Policy Sciences
    1999, 32, 3, 225 - 245


  • Gobet,F.;Richman,H.;Staszewski,J.;Simon,H. A.
    Goals, Representations, and Strategies in a Concept Attainment Task: The Epam Model
    Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory
    1997, 37, C, 265 - 290


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    Expert Chess Memory: Revisiting the Chunking Hypothesis
    Memory
    1998, 6, 3, 225 - 255


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    Five seconds or sixty? Presentation time in expert memory
    Cognitive Science
    2000, 24, 4, 651 - 682


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    Pattern recognition makes search possible: Comments on Holding (1992)
    Psychological research
    1998, 61, 3, 204 - 208


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    Recall of random and distorted chess positions: Implications for the theory of expertise
    Memory and Cognition
    1996, 24, 4, 493 - 503


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    Recall of rapidly presented random chess positions is a function of skill
    Psychonomic Bulletin and Review
    1996, 3, 2, 159 - 163


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    Templates in chess memory: A mechanism for recalling several boards
    Cognitive psychology
    1996, 31, 1, 1 - 40


  • Gobet,F.;Simon,H. A.
    The Roles of Recognition Processes and Look-Ahead Search in Time-Constrained Expert Problem Solving: Evidence from Grand-Master-Level Chess
    Psychological Science
    1996, 7, 1, 52 - 55


  • Greeno,J. G.;Simon,H. A.
    Processes for sequence production
    Psychological review
    1974, 81, 3, 187 - 198


  • Gregg,L. W.;Simon,H. A.
    An information-processing explanation of one-trial and incremental learning
    Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior
    1967, 6, 5, 780 - 787


  • Gregg,L. W.;Simon,H. A.
    Process models and stochastic theories of simple concept formation
    Journal of mathematical psychology
    1967, 4, 2, 246 - 276


  • Ijiri,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    Some distributions associated with Bose Einstein statistics
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    1975, 72, 5, 1654 - 1657


  • Iwasaki,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    Causality and model abstraction
    Artificial Intelligence
    1994, 67, 1, 143 - 194


  • Iwasaki,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    Causality in device behavior
    Artificial Intelligence
    1986, 29, 1, 3 - 32


  • Iwasaki,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    Retrospective on "Causality in device behavior"
    Artificial Intelligence
    1993, 59, 01/02/2012, 141 - 146


  • Iwasaki,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    Theories of causal ordering. Reply to de Kleer and Brown
    Artificial Intelligence
    1986, 29, 1, 63 - 72


  • Kalagnanam,Jayant;Simon,Herbert A.;Iwasaki,Yumi
    The mathematical bases for qualitative reasoning
    IEEE Expert
    1991, 6, 2, 11 - 19


  • Kaplan,C. A.;Simon,H. A.
    In search of insight
    Cognitive psychology
    1990, 22, 3, 374 - 419


  • Klahr,D.;Simon,H. A.
    Studies of scientific discovery: Complementary approaches and convergent findings
    Psychological bulletin
    1999, 125, 5, 524 - 543


  • Klahr,D.;Simon,H. A.
    What have psychologists (and others) discovered about the process of scientific discovery?
    Current Directions in Psychological Science
    2001, 10, 3, 75 - 79


  • Kotovsky,K.;Hayes,J. R.;Simon,H. A.
    Why are some problems hard? Evidence from Tower of Hanoi
    Cognitive psychology
    1985, 17, 2, 248 - 294


  • Kotovsky,K.;Simon,H. A.
    Empirical tests of a theory of human acquisition of concepts for sequential patterns
    Cognitive psychology
    1973, 4, 3, 399 - 424


  • Kotovsky,K.;Simon,H. A.
    What makes some problems really hard: Explorations in the problem space of difficulty
    Cognitive psychology
    1990, 22, 2, 143 - 183


  • Kulkarni,D.;Simon,H. A.
    The processes of scientific discovery: The strategy of experimentation
    Cognitive Science
    1988, 12, 2, 139 - 175


  • Langley,Pat;Bradshaw,Gary L.;Simon,Herbert A.
    BACON. 5: THE DISCOVERY OF CONSERVATION LAWS.
    1981, 1, 121 - 126


  • Langley,Pat;Simon,Herbert A.
    Applications of machine learning and rule induction
    Communications of the ACM
    1995, 38, 11, 54 - 64


  • Langley,Pat;Zytkow,Jan M.;Bradshaw,Gary L.;Simon,Herbert A.
    THREE FACETS OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY.
    1983, 1, 465 - 468


  • Larkin,J. H.;Simon,H. A.
    Why a Diagram is (Sometimes) Worth Ten Thousand Words
    Cognitive Science
    1987, 11, 1, 65 - 100


  • Larkin,J.;McDermott,J.;Simon,D. P.;Simon,H. A.
    Expert and novice performance in solving physics problems
    Science
    1980, 208, 4450, 1335 - 1342


  • March,J. G.;Simon,H. A.
    Organizations revisited
    Industrial and Corporate Change
    1993, 2, 1, 299 - 316


  • Miller,N. E.;Clark,K. E.;Coleman,J. S.;Hopkins,J.;Festinger,L.;Goodenough,W. H.;Leighton,A. H.;Miller,G. A.;Simon,H. A.;Tukey,J. W.;Katz,E.;Orlansky,J.;Riecken,H. W.;Hartgering,J. B.;Wiesner,J. B.
    Strengthening the behavioral sciences
    Science
    1962, 136, 3512, 233 - 241


  • Neubauer,H.;Simon,H. A.;Kneser,M.;Bruce,J. W.
    Letters to the Editor
    The Mathematical Intelligencer
    1986, 8, 1, 5 - 6


  • Newell,A.;Perlis,A. J.;Simon,H. A.
    Computer science
    Science
    1967, 157, 3795, 1373 - 1374


  • Newell,A.;Shaw,J. C.;Simon,H. A.
    Elements of a theory of human problem solving
    Psychological review
    1958, 65, 3, 151 - 166


  • Newell,A.;Simon,H. A.
    An example of human chess play in the light of chess playing programs.
    Progress in biocybernetics
    1965, 2, 19 - 75


  • Newell,A.;Simon,H. A.
    Computer simulation of human thinking
    Science
    1961, 134, 3495, 2011 - 2017


  • Okada,T.;Simon,H. A.
    Collaborative discovery in a scientific domain
    Cognitive Science
    1997, 21, 2, 109 - 146


  • Qin,Y.;Simon,H. A.
    Laboratory replication of scientific discovery processes
    Cognitive Science
    1990, 14, 2, 281 - 312


  • Richman,H. B.;Simon,H. A.
    Context Effects in Letter Perception: Comparison of Two Theories
    Psychological review
    1989, 96, 3, 417 - 432


  • Richman,H. B.;Staszewski,J. J.;Simon,H. A.
    Simulation of expert memory using EPAM IV
    Psychological review
    1995, 102, 2, 305 - 330


  • Rosenberg,S.;Simon,H. A.
    Modeling semantic memory: Effects of presenting semantic information in different modalities
    Cognitive psychology
    1977, 9, 3, 293 - 325


  • Sarasvathy,D. K.;Simon,H. A.;Lave,L.
    Perceiving and managing business risks: Differences between entrepreneurs and bankers
    Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
    1998, 33, 2, 207 - 225


  • Shen,W. M.;Simon,H. A.
    Fitness requirements for scientific theories containing recursive theoretical terms
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
    1993, 44, 4, 641 - 652


  • Simon,H.
    Machine discovery
    Foundations of Science
    1995, 1, 2, 171 - 200


  • Simon,H.
    Public administration in today's world of organizations and markets
    PS - Political Science and Politics
    2000, 33, 4, 749 - 756


  • Simon,H. A.
    A comparison of game theory and learning theory
    Psychometrika
    1956, 21, 3, 267 - 272


  • Simon,H. A.
    A mechanism for social selection and successful altruism
    Science
    1990, 250, 4988, 1665 - 1668


  • Simon,H. A.
    A note on Jost's law and exponential forgetting
    Psychometrika
    1966, 31, 4, 505 - 506


  • Simon,H. A.
    A note on mathematical models for learning
    Psychometrika
    1962, 27, 4, 417 - 418


  • Simon,H. A.
    Allen Newell: the entry into complex information processing
    Artificial Intelligence
    1993, 59, 01/02/2012, 251 - 259


  • Simon,H. A.
    Amounts of fixation and discovery in maze learning behavior
    Psychometrika
    1957, 22, 3, 261 - 268


  • SIMON,H. A.
    An information processing theory of intellectual development.
    Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development
    1962, 27, 2/ -

  • Simon,H. A.
    An information-processing explanation of some perceptual phenomena.
    The British journal of psychology
    1967, 58, 1, 1 - 12


  • Simon,H. A.
    Artificial intelligence: an empirical science
    Artificial Intelligence
    1995, 77, 1, 95 - 127


  • Simon,H. A.
    Barriers and bounds to rationality
    Structural Change and Economic Dynamics
    2000, 11, 01/02/2012, 243 - 253


  • Simon,H. A.
    Black ravens and a white shoe
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
    1991, 42, 3, 339 - 342


  • Simon,H. A.
    Cognitive science: The newest science of the artificial
    Cognitive Science
    1980, 4, 1, 33 - 46


  • Simon,H. A.
    Comment: The meaning and uses of models
    Synthese
    1961, 13, 2, 173 - 174


  • Simon,H. A.
    Complexity and the representation of patterned sequences of symbols
    Psychological review
    1972, 79, 5, 369 - 382


  • Simon,H. A.
    Computers as chess partners [3]
    Science
    1970, 169, 3946, 630 - 631


  • Simon,H. A.
    Computer-time allocation
    Science
    1966, 153, 3732, 122 -

  • Simon,H. A.
    Creativity and motivation: A response to Csikszentmihalyi
    New Ideas in Psychology
    1988, 6, 2, 177 - 181


  • Simon,H. A.
    Discovery, invention, and development: human creative thinking.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    1983, 80, 14, 4569 - 4571


  • Simon,H. A.
    Fitness requirements for scientific theories
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
    1983, 34, 4, 355 - 365


  • Simon,H. A.
    Herbert Simon responds
    Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
    1992, 2, 2, 110 - 112


  • Simon,H. A.
    Horizons and limits
    Society
    1980, 17, 6, 8 - 10


  • Simon,H. A.
    How big is a chunk?
    Science
    1974, 183, 4124, 482 - 488


  • Simon,H. A.
    Information technology research [3]
    Science
    1999, 285, 5435, 1849 -

  • Simon,H. A.
    Invariants of human behavior
    Annual Review of Psychology
    1990, 41, 1, 1 - 19


  • SIMON,H. A.
    MOTIVATIONAL AND EMOTIONAL CONTROLS OF COGNITION
    Psychological review
    1967, 74, 1, 29 - 39


  • Simon,H. A.
    Mutual deterrence or nuclear suicide
    Science
    1984, 223, 4638, 775 -

  • Simon,H. A.
    Near decomposability and the speed of evolution
    Industrial and Corporate Change
    2002, 11, 3, 587 - 599


  • Simon,H. A.
    Nonmonotonic reasoning and causation: Comment
    Cognitive Science
    1991, 15, 2, 293 - 300


  • Simon,H. A.
    Observations on the Sciences of Science Learning
    Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology
    2000, 21, 1, 115 - 121


  • Simon,H. A.
    On Judging the Plausibility of Theories
    Studies in Logic and the Foundations of Mathematics
    1968, 52, C, 439 - 459


  • Simon,H. A.
    On the behavioral and rational foundations of economic dynamics
    Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
    1984, 5, 1, 35 - 55


  • Simon,H. A.
    On the possibility of accurate public prediction
    Journal of Socio-economics
    1997, 26, 2, 127 - 132


  • Simon,H. A.
    Organizations and markets
    Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
    1995, 5, 3, 273 - 294


  • Simon,H. A.
    Organizing and coordinating talk and silence in organizations
    Industrial and Corporate Change
    2002, 11, 3, 611 - 618


  • Simon,H. A.
    Productivity among American psychologists: an explanation
    American Psychologist
    1954, 9, 12, 804 - 805


  • Simon,H. A.
    Quantification of theoretical terms and the falsifiability of theories
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
    1985, 36, 3, 291 - 298


  • Simon,H. A.
    Rational choice and the structure of the environment
    Psychological review
    1956, 63, 2, 129 - 138


  • Simon,H. A.
    Relevance - There and here
    Science
    1973, 181, 4100, 613 -

  • Simon,H. A.
    Reply to "final note" by Benoit Mandelbrot
    Information and Control
    1961, 4, 02/03/2012, 217 - 223


  • Simon,H. A.
    Reply to Dr. Mandelbrot's post scriptum
    Information and Control
    1961, 4, 02/03/2012, 305 - 308


  • Simon,H. A.
    Response [5]
    Science
    1991, 252, 5003, 192 -

  • Simon,H. A.
    Search and Reasoning in problem solving
    Artificial Intelligence
    1983, 21, 01/02/2012, 7 - 29


  • Simon,H. A.
    Some further notes on a class of skew distribution functions
    Information and Control
    1960, 3, 1, 80 - 88


  • Simon,H. A.
    Studying human intelligence by creating artificial intelligence
    American Scientist
    1981, 69, 3, 300 - 309


  • Simon,H. A.
    Technology and environment
    Management Science
    1973, 19, 10, 1110 - 1121


  • Simon,H. A.
    The behavioral and social sciences
    Science
    1980, 209, 4452, 72 - 78


  • Simon,H. A.
    The bottleneck of attention: connecting thought with motivation.
    Nebraska Symposium on Motivation.Nebraska Symposium on Motivation
    1994, 41, 1 - 21


  • Simon,H. A.
    The functional equivalence of problem solving skills
    Cognitive psychology
    1975, 7, 2, 268 - 288


  • Simon,H. A.
    The future of information systems
    Annals of Operations Research
    1997, 71, 3 - 14


  • Simon,H. A.
    The information processing explanation of Gestalt phenomena
    Computers in Human Behavior
    1986, 2, 4, 241 - 255


  • Simon,H. A.
    The information-processing theory of mind.
    The American Psychologist
    1995, 50, 7, 507 - 508


  • Simon,H. A.
    The logic of rational decision
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
    1965, 16, 63, 169 - 186


  • Simon,H. A.
    The psychological concept of 'losing move' in a game of perfect information
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    1974, 71, 6, 2276 - 2279


  • Simon,H. A.
    The rural-urban population balance again
    Regional Science and Urban Economics
    1982, 12, 4, 599 - 606


  • Simon,H. A.
    The structure of ill structured problems
    Artificial Intelligence
    1973, 4, 03/04/2012, 181 - 201


  • Simon,H. A.
    The uses of mathematics in the social sciences
    Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
    1978, 20, 3, 159 - 166


  • Simon,H. A.
    What computers mean for man and society
    Science
    1977, 195, 4283, 1186 - 1191


  • Simon,H. A.;Barenfeld,M.
    Information-processing analysis of perceptual processes in problem solving
    Psychological review
    1969, 76, 5, 473 - 483


  • Simon,H. A.;Chase,W. G.
    Skill in chess
    American Scientist
    1973, 61, 4, 394 - 403


  • Simon,H. A.;Eisenstadt,S. A.
    Human and machine interpretation of expressions in formal systems
    Synthese
    1998, 116, 3, 439 - 461


  • Simon,H. A.;Feigenbaum,E. A.
    An information-processing theory of some effects of similarity, familiarization, and meaningfulness in verbal learning
    Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior
    1964, 3, 5, 385 - 396


  • Simon,H. A.;Gilmartin,K.
    A simulation of memory for chess positions
    Cognitive psychology
    1973, 5, 1, 29 - 46


  • Simon,H. A.;Gobet,F.
    Expertise effects in memory recall: Comment on Vicente and Wang (1998)
    Psychological review
    2000, 107, 3, 593 - 600


  • Simon,H. A.;Groen,G. J.
    Ramsey eliminability and the testability of scientific theories
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
    1973, 24, 4, 367 - 380


  • Simon,H. A.;Guetzkow,H.
    A MODEL OF SHORT- AND LONG-RUN MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN PRESSURES TOWARD UNIFORMITY IN GROUPS
    Psychological review
    1955, 62, 1, 56 - 68


  • Simon,H. A.;Hayes,J. R.
    The understanding process: Problem isomorphs
    Cognitive psychology
    1976, 8, 2, 165 - 190


  • Simon,H. A.;Kadane,J. B.
    Optimal problem-solving search: All-or-none solutions
    Artificial Intelligence
    1975, 6, 3, 235 - 247


  • Simon,H. A.;Koblitz,N.
    Opinion
    The Mathematical Intelligencer
    1988, 10, 2, 10 - 12


  • Simon,H. A.;Kotovsky,K.
    Human acquisition of concepts for sequential patterns
    Psychological review
    1963, 70, 6, 534 - 546


  • Simon,H. A.;Langley,P. W.;Bradshaw,G. L.
    Scientific discovery as problem solving
    Synthese
    1981, 47, 1, 1 - 27


  • Simon,H. A.;Munakata,T.
    Al Lessons
    Communications of the ACM
    1997, 40, 8, 23 - 25


  • SIMON,H. A.;NEWELL,A.
    Computer simulation of human thinking and problem solving.
    Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development
    1962, 27, 2/ -

  • SIMON,H. A.;NEWELL,A.
    INFORMATION PROCESSING IN COMPUTER AND MAN.
    American Scientist
    1964, 52, 281 - 300


  • Simon,H. A.;Reed,S. K.
    Modeling strategy shifts in a problem-solving task
    Cognitive psychology
    1976, 8, 1, 86 - 97


  • Simon,H. A.;Schaeffer,J.
    Chapter 1 The game of chess
    Handbook of Game Theory with Economic Applications
    1992, 1, 1 - 17


  • Simon,H. A.;Thompson,V. A.
    Public administration revisited
    Society
    1991, 28, 5, 41 - 45


  • Simon,Herbert A.
    Artificial intelligence as an experimental science
    Proceedings of the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence
    1993,

  • Simon,Herbert A.
    Artificial intelligence: Where has it been, and where is it going?
    IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering
    1991, 3, 2, 128 - 136


  • Simon,Herbert A.
    INFORMATION-PROCESSING MODELS OF COGNITION.
    Journal of the American Society for Information Science
    1981, 32, 5, 364 - 377


  • Simon,Herbert A.
    Prediction and prescription in systems modeling
    Operations research
    1990, 38, 1, 7 - 14


  • Simon,Herbert A.
    TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE: THE COLLABORATION BETWEEN AI AND OR.
    Interfaces
    1987, 17, 4, 8 - 15


  • Simon,Herbert A.
    What we know about learning
    Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference
    1997, 2, 710 -

  • Simon,Herbert A.
    WHETHER SOFTWARE ENGINEERING NEEDS TO BE ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT.
    IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
    1986, SE-12, 7, 726 - 732


  • Tabachneck-Schijf,H. J. M.;Leonardo,A. M.;Simon,H. A.
    CaMeRa: A computational model of multiple representations
    Cognitive Science
    1997, 21, 3, 305 - 350


  • Taube,M.;Newell,A.;Simon,H.
    Simulation of cognitive processes
    Science
    1962, 136, 3511, 195 - 196


  • Valdes-Perez,Raul E.;Zytkow,Jan M.;Simon,Herbert A.
    Scientific model-building as search in matrix spaces
    Proceedings of the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence
    1993, 472 - 478


  • Vera,A. H.;Simon,H. A.
    Reply to Touretzky and Pomerleau: Reconstructing physical symbol systems
    Cognitive Science
    1994, 18, 2, 355 - 360


  • Vera,A. H.;Simon,H. A.
    Situated action: A symbolic interpretation
    Cognitive Science
    1993, 17, 1, 7 - 48


  • Vera,A. H.;Simon,H. A.
    Situated action: Reply to reviewers
    Fuzzy Sets and Systems
    1985, 17, 1, 77 - 86


  • Vera,A. H.;Simon,H. A.
    Situated action: Reply to William Clancey
    Fuzzy Sets and Systems
    1985, 17, 1, 117 - 133


  • Weintraub,S. H.;Simon,H. A.;Mac Lane,S.
    Letters to the editor
    The Mathematical Intelligencer
    1988, 10, 3, 3 - 5


  • Yu,B. L.;Zhang,W. T.;Jing,Q. C.;Peng,R. X.;Zhang,G. J.;Simon,H. A.
    STM capacity for Chinese and English language materials.
    Memory and Cognition
    1985, 13, 3, 202 - 207


  • Zhang,G. J.;Simon,H. A.
    STM capacity for Chinese words and idioms: chunking and acoustical loop hypotheses.
    Memory and Cognition
    1985, 13, 3, 193 - 201


  • Zhu,X.;Lee,Y.;Simon,H. A.;Zhu,D.
    Cue recognition and cue elaboration in learning from examples
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    1996, 93, 3, 1346 - 1351


  • Zytkow,J. M.;Simon,H. A.
    A theory of historical discovery: The construction of componential models
    Machine Learning
    1986, 1, 1, 107 - 137


  • Zytkow,J. M.;Simon,H. A.
    Normative systems of discovery and logic of search
    Synthese
    1988, 74, 1, 65 - 90

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