Design Patterns and Frameworks

Lecture with exercise (WS 17) - Organisation

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Software development problems have a tendency to reoccur in different projects. Thus, one way to increased efficiency in developing software is increased reuse of solutions previously developed. Very often, however, problems repeat in a similar, but not exact manner, making code reuse hard to impossible. Patterns are the way out of this problem. They allow the reuse of an idea, without requiring exact code reuse (as components would). One important type of pattern are Design Patterns as introduced by the so-called "Gang of Four" (Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides). Flexible reuse in a manner closer to code reuse can be provided through software frameworks. These make use of many design patterns to enable a high degree of flexibility while providing some basic structure. This course presents, after an introduction to the GOF patterns, modern material on advanced design patterns and their employment in frameworks.

Design Patterns and Frameworks is a lecture with exercises at 2/2/- SWS. Lectures and exercises are both held in english. The lecturer is Dr. Sebastian Götz; Peter Heisig leads the exercises. Lecturing takes place every week on Tuesday, 14:50 (INF E023). Exercise lecture takes place every week on Wednesday, 14:50 (tba). In some weeks, lectures and exercises have to be swapped. This will be announced as a news on this page. Please use the navigation links on the top to find more information concerning this course.

The course can be used for the following modules:
  • Diplom Medieninformatik (old): MINF-04-FG-EMW
  • Master Computational Logic: MCL-CSE
  • Master Math: MATH-MA-INFSEN
  • Diplom Informatik: INF-VERT3
  • Master Informatik: INF-VERT3
  • Master Medieninformatik: INF-BI-4
  • Diplom Informatik: INF-BAS3
  • Diplom Informatik (old): INF-04-FG-SWT
  • Lehrexport an andere Fakultäten : INF-LE-MA
  • Distributed Systems Engineering: DSE-10-M4
Students with other exam regulations can attend the course, but cannot do the exam.

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Sebastian Götz
Letzte Änderung: 12.07.2016