An evaluation process for pattern languages


Pattern languages should capture design knowledge for one domain and be useful for solving genuine problems in that field. The "rule of three" demands that a pattern should have at least three known uses to be considered a pattern. However this is not a strong evaluation to verify if the pattern language fulfills its objectives. This paper proposes a… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2581507.2581525

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