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Tei Laine,
a Finnish computer and cognitive scienctist at Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) [1] in Singapore. She received her M.Sc.in CS from University of Helsinki, 1996, and a Ph.D. in CS and cognitive science from Indiana University, 2006 [2] [3] . Her research interests include complex systems, agent-based models, decision making, learning, and Language evolution.
Tei Laine [4]

Chess Experiments

At University of Helsinki, Tei Laine conducted cognitive experiments in chess along with Pertti Saariluoma. In their simulations, Saariluoma and Laine contrast two chunking heuristics. A heuristic where chunks are built around a focal piece, using adjacent pieces, and second, a heuristic based on the frequency of co-occurrence and similarity of pieces, which is not constrained by spatial proximity. Their result was discussed by Fernand Gobet in 2007 [5] .

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Selected Publications

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External Links


  1. ^ IHPC | About
  2. ^ Tei Laine (2006). Agent-based Model Selection Framework for Complex Adaptive Systems. Ph.D. thesis. Indiana University
  3. ^ CV: Tei Laine (pdf)
  4. ^ IHPC | People | Dr. Tei Laine
  5. ^ Fernand Gobet (2007). Chunk hierarchies and retrieval structures: Comments on Saariluoma and Laine. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 42. pdf
  6. ^ Tei's space | Publications
  7. ^ DBLP: Tei Laine

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