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Introduction to the Book

Chapter 1: Introduction to Problem Solving

Chapter 2: Overview of Resources in Problem Solving

Chapter 3: Intelligence as Resource

Chapter 4: Tools as Resource

Chapter 5: Accumulated Knowledge as Resource

Chapter 6: Education and Training as Resource

Chapter 7: A Computer System

Chapter 8: Personal Productivity Tools

Chapter 9: Computer Programming

Chapter 10: Final Remarks

References and Resources

 

Free Materials published by Moursund

A Chapter-Length Document on Problem Solving

Moursund: Brief Introduction to Problem Solving

 Increasing Your Expertise as a Problem Solver: Some Roles of Computers

Dr. "Dave" Moursund 

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Moursund, D.G. (1996). Increasing your expertise as a problem solver: Some roles of computers.

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Moursund, D.G. (2002). Increasing your expertise as a problem solver: Some roles of computers. This is a slightly revised version of the 1996 book, and it is available on the Web. See the individual pieces given below and also in the left side menu.

From the Publisher

Introduction to the Book

Chapter 1: Introduction to Problem Solving

Chapter 2: Overview of Resources in Problem Solving

Chapter 3: Intelligence as Resource

Chapter 4: Tools as Resource

Chapter 5: Accumulated Knowledge as Resource

Chapter 6: Education and Training as Resource

Chapter 7: A Computer System

Chapter 8: Personal Productivity Tools

Chapter 9: Computer Programming

Chapter 10: Final Remarks

References and Resources

Topics that might be suitable for inclusion in a future revision of this book.

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