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de Kleer, J.Qualitative and Quantitative Knowledge in Classical Mechanics. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Technical Report AI-TR-352, December 1975.
Larkin, J. H. Skilled Problem Solving in Physics: A Hierarchical Planning Model. Unpublished manuscript, University of California at Berkeley, September 1977.
Novak, G. S. Computer understanding of physics problems stated in natural language. American Journal of Computational Linguistics. Microfiche 53, 1976.
Reif, F.Problem Solving in Physics or Engineering: Human Information Processing and Some Teaching Suggestions. Berkeley, California: Group in Science and Mathematics Education, University of California, October 1977.
Simon, D. P., and Simon, H. A. Individual differences in solving physics problems. In: Siegler, R. (ed.), Cognitive Development: What Develops? Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum Associates, in press.

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