|Title:||Tiling Design Patterns - A Case Study using the Interpreter Pattern
|Authors:||David H. Lorenz
|Abstract:||In this paper I show how patterns can be used to describe the implementation of other patterns. It is shown how certain design patterns can describe their own design. This is a fundamental reflexive relationship in pattern relationships. I call the process of assembling patterns by other patterns, pattern tilings. Tiling enables us to interweave simple understood concepts of patterns into their complex real-life implementation. Several pattern tilings for the Interpreter design pattern are demonstrated.|
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