Design Patterns


Given a set of requirements expressed as functional patterns, the objective is to implement them with standardized solutions in order to enhance:

  • Traceability all along the development process, from requirements to programs.
  • Quality, by reusing well understood and qualified solutions.
  • Productivity, by reusing designs and implementations.
Productivity as a Design Pattern (Thomas Hart Benton)

Following the GoF seminal book,  design patterns are now a well established domain. Hence the potential leverage of mapping them to functional patterns on the analysis side of the development process.

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