Tailorshop: Optimization based Analysis and data Generation tOol. Support tool for the computer test scenario "Tailorshop" that is the basis for many psychological studies. Data can be generated, visualized, and provided to optimization solvers.
- Graphical User Interface for Input and Modification of Data
- Plot Module
- Automatic Export and Import to AMPL
- Automatic Call of Optimization Software
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Tobago is an open-source implementation of the famous TAILORSHOP simulation used in psychological experiments. Here is a list of recent references that use that simulation: Barth, C. M. & Funke, J. (2010). Negative affective environments improve complex solving performance. Cognition and Emotion, 24, 1259-1268. Danner, D., Hagemann, D., Holt, D. V., Hager, M., Schankin, A., Wüstenberg, S., & Funke, J. (2011). Measuring performance in a complex problem solving task: Reliability and validity of the Tailorshop simulation. Journal of Individual Differences, 32, 225-233. Danner, D., Hagemann, D., Schankin, A., Hager, M., & Funke, J. (2011). Beyond IQ. A latent state trait analysis of general intelligence, dynamic decision making, and implicit learning. Intelligence, 39, 323-334. Engelhart, M., Funke, J. & Sager, S. (2011). A new test-scenario for optimization-based analysis and training of human decision making. Poster presented at the SIAM Conference on Optimization (SIOPT), May 16-19, 2011 Darmstadtium Conference Center, Darmstadt, Germany. Funke, J. (2010). Complex problem solving: A case for complex cognition? Cognitive Processing, 11, 133-142. Sager, S., Barth, C., Diedam, H., Engelhart, M., & Funke, J. (2011). Optimization as an analysis tool for human complex decision making. SIAM Journal of Optimization, 21, 936-959. Sager, S., Barth, C., Diedam, H., Engelhart, M., & Funke, J. (2010). Optimization to measure performance in the Tailorshop test scenario - structured MINLPs and beyond. In P. Bonami, L. Liberti, A. J. Miller & A. Sartenaer (Eds.), Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming (pp. 261-269). Marseille: Université de la Méditerranée.