Pattern languages and the consistent description of patterns are important for the characterization of TROST artifacts and processes. Patterns also figure in the projects to which TROSTing is applied.
To support the focus of TROST on processes as well as artifacts, and on non-computer procedures as well as computational ones, existing approaches have been reviewed and an useful composite template derived for TROST pattern descriptions.
A template was chosen first, so that the likelihood of having to make major revisions to accumulated patterns is reduced. Practice should lead to only small adjustments and additions.
The analysis and documentation of a TROST Pattern Language will follow the initiation of a pattern catalog and identification of generative structures.
-- Dennis E. Hamilton
- i050803b: Latest Pattern Description Approach
- i050803g: TROST Pattern Description Approach 0.50
- i050803f: TROST Pattlet Format 0.50
- i050803c: TROST Pattern Description Template 0.50
- i050803d: Pattern Template Comparisons 0.30
- i050803a: Pattern Templates Diary & Job Jar
- see also:
- i050901: TROST Pattern Language
i050808: Pattern Resources
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