During a post-doc at the University of Nottingham, Peter Lane extended CHREST to work with diagrams. The aim was to capture how humans learn to work with AVOW diagrams to compute properties of electric circuits. This work was directed by Prof. Fernand Gobet and Prof. Peter Cheng.
- P.C.R. Lane, P.C-H. Cheng and F. Gobet, ‘Learning perceptual chunks for problem decomposition’, in Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 528-33, 2001. Proceedings.
- P.C.R. Lane, P.C-H. Cheng and F. Gobet, ‘CHREST+: Investigating how humans learn to solve problems with diagrams,’ AISB Quarterly, 103:24-30, 2000.
- P.C.R. Lane, P.C-H. Cheng and F. Gobet, ‘Learning perceptual schemas to avoid the utility problem’, in M. Bramer, A. Macintosh, and F. Coenen (Eds.) Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XVI: Proceedings of ES99, the Nineteenth SGES International Conference on Knowledge-Based Systems and Artificial Intelligence, (Springer-Verlag) pp. 72-82, 1999.