By Frank Buschmann, Kevin Henney, Douglas C. Schmidt

  • Software styles have revolutionized the best way builders take into consideration how software program is designed, equipped, and documented, and this precise publication bargains an in-depth glance of what styles are, what they don't seem to be, and the way to exploit them successfully
  • The merely e-book to try to boost a entire language that integrates styles from key literature, it additionally serves as a reference handbook for all pattern-oriented software program structure (POSA) patterns
  • Addresses the query of what a trend language is and compares a variety of development paradigms
  • Developers and programmers working in an object-oriented setting will locate this ebook to be a useful resource

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Although a pattern can be realized a ‘million different ways,’ [Ale79] this diversity arises from the precise detail of an actual problem and its context, not from the vagueness of a proposed solution structure. A pattern should inform its reader how to build a solution in a way that is loose enough to be general, but tight enough to avoid vagueness and accidental ambiguity. Many solution implementations are possible for our example protopattern: all could be said to follow its solution process, but few could be said to follow the spirit of the pattern’s message.

If you know where you want to go, however, you can choose your own route through the book. In this case, the following hints can help you decide which topics to focus on and the order in which to read them. fm Page xxxviii Wednesday, March 21, 2007 11:13 AM xxxviii Guide to the Reader A Short Story about Patterns This book provides an in-depth exploration of the pattern concept. Starting with a popular—yet brief and incomplete—pattern definition, we first motivate, examine, and develop the inherent properties of stand-alone patterns.

Chapter 2, A Million Different Implementations, explores the tension between the generality of stand-alone design patterns at the conceptual level and the more specific nature of particular pattern implementations. In doing so, we also contrast pattern implementations with generic implementations, reference implementations, and example implementations, and examine the role of design patterns in frameworks, product families and product-line architecture approaches, aspect-oriented software development, model-driven software development, and other software technologies.

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