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Nähere Beschreibung:
Database 'GCC K-Pool', View 'Themes (All)', Document 'ECSCW 2003 - The 8th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Helsinki 14. - 18. Sept. 2003' #WS6 - CSCW Pattern: "Since they were first described by the architect Christopher Alexander in the 1970’s, patterns have become a widely accepted means to describe proven solutions to recurring problems. The explicit goal of patterns is to empower people to find and evaluate solutions in a field in which they are no experts. Especially within the field of HCI there is a lively community promoting the idea of patterns to convey and share best practices. Websites and mailing lists publishing patterns according to well established shepherding procedures show that many researchers are actively involved in the creation and improvement of HCI-patterns. Although HCI and CSCW spring from common roots, the CSCW-community seems to be very hesitant to adopt the idea of patterns."

Database 'GCC K-Pool', View 'Themes (All)', Document 'Pattern und Topic Maps' Ansätze, Ideen: "Laut http://www.math.utsa.edu/sphere/salingar/StructurePattern.html
  1. sind Pattern (Meta-) Topics: "The Alexandrine format fixing a pattern consists of a statement summarizing the philosophy about a specific topic."
  2. besitzen Pattern Occurrences: "discovering the simultaneous occurrence of this pattern in totally different cultures; psychological, structural, or cultural reasons; etc."
  3. gibt es Beziehungen (Associations) zwischen Pattern:

"Combining Alexandrine patterns:
You can combine design patterns in an infinite number of ways. However, the connective rules -- i.e., the language -- were only briefly sketched out. To obtain an understanding of the relationship between patterns, you have to go back to Alexander's earlier work (Alexander, 1964; Alexander, 1965). Other than Chapter 16 of The Timeless Way of Building (Alexander, 1979), Alexander himself has not dwelled on the synthesis between patterns. Any perceived weakness of patterns could lie in individual patterns, but it is more likely the result of not understanding their combinatorial language. Although design patterns written in Alexandrine form allude to their connectivity to other patterns (in the prelude and postscript), it is difficult to visualize those without a connective map. Even architects who use patterns tend to be unaware of how patterns link to each other, so the resulting design frequently lacks large-scale coherence."

Demnach sind die grundlegenden Konzepte von Topic Maps gegeben. Ich würde sogar noch einen Schritt weitergehen und behaupten, dass Topic Maps im Sinne von Alexander Architekten helfen, Beziehungen zwischen Pattern zu identifizieren, zu explizieren und folglich auch zu visualisieren. Übertragen auf andere Domänen, z.B. CSCW, gilt dies analog aufgrund der generischen Eigenschaften von Topic Maps."

Ziel dieser Seminararbeit ist es, die Konzepte, Paradigmen und Theorien von Pattern zu erarbeiten und Synergien in dem unterstützenden Einsatz von Topic Maps herauszustellen.

Werkzeuge/Ressourcen:
Betreuung:
Dipl.-Inform. Stefan Smolnik

Zielgruppe sind Studierende der folgenden Studienrichtungen:
  • Wirtschaftsinformatik
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • Informatik