In this course, we will explore different types of problems, the boundaries of what makes a problem solvable, and the different algorithms, rules, and heuristics we can implement to solve these problems.
This course is part of the Mind and Machine Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Ascribe human and computational problems to various definitions of difficulty and problem solving techniques.
Use problem solving strategies to break down problems.
Describe the effects of various sources of bias in judgement and decision making.
Analyze and apply heuristic models and probability modeling to a variety of decision making scenarios.
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Problems for Minds and Machines
Computers and Logic
Humans and Heuristics
Course Assessment & Wrap-Up Discussion
- 5 stars57.50%
- 4 stars31.25%
- 3 stars7.50%
- 2 stars2.50%
- 1 star1.25%
TOP REVIEWS FROM METHODS FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS
Increased my critical thinking and decision making.
Fantastic course! Big thanks to the University of Colorado, Boulder.
A beautiful introductory course that introduces to the methods of solving and reasoning behind them.
Brilliant teaching and modules I really like the way our professor taught us
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