Guidelines for Evaluating Patterns in the IS Domain

  title={Guidelines for Evaluating Patterns in the IS Domain},
  author={Deepak Khazanchi},
Patterns were originally developed in the field of architecture as a mechanism for communicating good solutions to recurring classes of problems. Since then researchers have created patterns to provide guidance and solutions associated with virtual project management, software development and engineering, human computer interaction, and design science research. However, there has been limited emphasis on developing guidelines for evaluating the validity of patterns. In this paper, we propose an… CONTINUE READING

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