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This book looks at patterns from a multi-disciplinary perspective- Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering. It concentrates on patterns at the requirements / conceptual modelling level (nearest relative Fowler’s Analysis Patterns). Proposes a theory for representing domain knowledge, a library of generic conceptual models and associated solution knowledge, and process for their application and reuse.

If you would like more information than what is available above, please visit http://www.co.umist.ac.uk/centre_hci/domain.htm 

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002,  398pp, ISBN 0-8058-3951-8

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