The Componentware Revolution (Part IV)

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Executive Summary

Software patterns comprise a common body of software knowledge which can be applied across all component infrastructures. The most famous category of software patterns, called design patterns, comprises proven software design ideas which are reused by developers. Other important categories of patterns include analysis patterns and antipatterns. Analysis patterns define proven ways of modeling business information; that can be directly applied to the modeling of new software systems and databases. Software patterns are a necessary element of componentware. The development of new, reusable components requires expert-level quality of design, specification, and implementation. Proven design solutions are necessary to establish successful component architectures and frameworks for families of applications. Often, there are too many variables to take chances on unproven design concepts.

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