An evaluation process for pattern languages

Abstract

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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