The theory developed by Herbert Simon that human decision making is rational only insofar as the rational solution does not require calculations or mental efforts that exceed cognitive limitations and available information. Bounded rationality is a characteristic of human decision making that often impacts system performance.
WIP October 2020
An approach to the Prof. Jay W. Forrester's work. A simple Learning Lab to understand his legacy.
WIP August 2020
Based on a CLD by Ghost Diving Korea - Jiyeon, an eLearning Lab created just for practice.