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  Pattern (Java 2 Platform SE 5.0)
When this flag is specified then the input string that specifies the pattern is treated as a sequence of literal characters.
This is the regular expression from which this pattern was compiled.
If a pattern is to be used multiple times, compiling it once and reusing it will be more efficient than invoking this method each time.
java.sun.com /j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/java/util/regex/Pattern.html   (2112 words)

  Pattern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pattern matching is the act of checking for the presence of the constituents of a pattern.
The simplest patterns are based on repetition/periodicity: several copies of a single template are combined without modification.
Pattern recognition is studied in many fields, including psychology, ethology, and computer science.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pattern   (468 words)

 Design pattern (computer science) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A design pattern isn't a finished design that can be transformed directly into code; it is a description or template for how to solve a problem that can be used in many different situations.
Object-oriented design patterns typically show relationships and interactions between classes or objects, without specifying the final application classes or objects that are involved.
The documentation for a design pattern should contain enough information about the problem that the pattern addresses, the context in which it is used, and the suggested solution.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Design_pattern_(computer_science)   (1514 words)

 ArtLex on Pattern
Pattern comes to us from pater, Latin for father, and shares this origin with patron, paternal, and patriarchal.
What pattern shares with each of these words is the notion of a role model.
This is a set of patterns made entirely with a motif of circles.
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/p/pattern.html   (545 words)

 Design Pattern Synopses
The Filter pattern is a special case of the Decorator pattern, where a data source or data sink object is wrapped to add logic to the handling of a data stream.
The Composite pattern also allows the objects in the tree to be manipulated in a consistent manner, by requiring all of the objects in the tree to have a common superclass or interface.
The Flyweight pattern is often combined with the Composite pattern to represent the leaf nodes of a hierarchical structure with shared objects.
www.mindspring.com /~mgrand/pattern_synopses.htm   (4381 words)

 CACM Guest Editorial on Software Patterns
Pattern languages are not formal languages, but rather a collection of interrelated patterns, though they do provide a vocabulary for talking about a particular problem.
Both patterns and pattern languages help developers communicate architectural knowledge, help people learn a new design paradigm or architectural style, and help new developers ignore traps and pitfalls that have traditionally been learned only by costly experience.
One difference between patterns and frameworks is that patterns are described in language-independent manner, whereas frameworks are generally implemented in a particular language.
www.cs.wustl.edu /~schmidt/CACM-editorial.html   (1921 words)

 Patterns and Software: Essential Concepts and Terminology
Such patterns might be predecessor patterns whose application leads to this pattern; successor patterns whose application follows from this pattern; alternative patterns that describe a different solution to the same problem but under different forces and constraints; and codependent patterns that may (or must) be applied simultaneously with this pattern.
Patterns aren't designed to be executed or analyzed by computers, as one might imagine to be true for rules: patterns are to be executed by architects with insight, taste, experience, and a sense of aesthetics.
The patterns in a pattern system should all be described in a consistent and uniform style and need to cover a sufficiently broad base of problems and solutions to enable significant portions of complete architectures to be built.
www.cmcrossroads.com /bradapp/docs/patterns-intro.html   (10993 words)

 PHP: Pattern Modifiers - Manual
If this modifier is set, the pattern is forced to be "anchored", that is, it is constrained to match only at the start of the string which is being searched (the "subject string").
When a pattern is going to be used several times, it is worth spending more time analyzing it in order to speed up the time taken for matching.
Any backslash in a pattern that is followed by a letter that has no special meaning causes an error, thus reserving these combinations for future expansion.
www.php.net /manual/en/reference.pcre.pattern.modifiers.php   (1280 words)

 A Stitch in Time: Washcloth # 1 pattern
This means the pattern covers 5 stitches plus one ending stitch to finish a multiple iteration row plus one beginning stitch and one ending stitch.
The asterisks (*) in the pattern rows indicate the 5 stitches of the pattern.
Work the eight rows of the pattern for as long as you'd like the washcloth to be.
www.seitherin.com /sew/2005/04/washcloth-1-pattern.html   (254 words)

 wiseNeedle - Pattern - Pine Tree Socks   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pine tree ankle pattern is based on one in Barbara Walker's first Treasury of Knitting Patterns.
The pattern is a bit scuffed on the ankle because I wear these with high-ankle hiking style boots whose lacing hooks tend to abrade the yarn.
The pattern "row" (and new Needle #1) should commence with the stitch column you marked as being the center bottom - now the center back-of-heel.
www.wiseneedle.com /knitpattree.asp   (1837 words)

 This Girl's Black Book
I received many emails requesting pattern, and I thank all of you who were patient in waiting for it’s release.
The pattern has been edited by the talented Mandy Moore- current Knitty.com editor- who also graciously volunteered her time and effort to make it as perfect as possible.
When the pattern first launched I put it on a webpage, but since the page was unprotected it quickly circulated the internet.
www.thisgirlknits.com /tgbb.html   (320 words)

 E-Example 4.1.1: Creating, Describing and Analyzing Patterns   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The third part, Extending Pattern Understandings, demonstrates ways in which students begin to create a "unit of units," or a grouping that can be repeated, and begin to relate two patterns in a functional relationship.
With physical manipulatives, they can repeat their pattern units in a linear fashion, predicting what the next cube will be or what color the sixteenth cube will be.
Creating pattern units with the interactive applet can be beneficial for students who are not yet successful in creating their own patterns with physical manipulatives.
standards.nctm.org /document/eexamples/chap4/4.1/index.htm   (618 words)

 Design Patterns
For example, several patterns in the GoF book that work well in Java or C++ are unneeded in languages with a more powerful OO approach; especially the creational patterns, which are very much to do with getting around the problems of constructors in C++, Java, C#, etc., not working just like any other method.
Of course we customize patterns for our own internal use, but given a standard set of unit tests for a pattern, as long as your code passes those tests you are still considered to be using that pattern.
This is a high honor, and reflects as well on all WikiZens interested in patterns, and on WardCunningham and his c2 wiki, devoted as it is (and as Ward is) to PeopleProjectsAndPatterns.
c2.com /cgi/wiki?DesignPatterns   (2329 words)

 Pattern Solutions: Overview
Patterns can exist at various levels -- from business to architecture, design, and programming to deployment and run-time administration -- and assist in the creation of artifacts according to best practices through all stages of the solution development life cycle.
A pattern specification is a precise definition and description of a pattern in conceptual terms that allows for its communication and reuse by others.
Patterns provide a powerful way to improve product development by identifying best practices and design expertise that can be captured in tools and are then available for reuse.
www.ibm.com /developerworks/rational/products/patternsolutions   (1003 words)

 A Stitch in Time: Pattern for stepdaughter's scarf
The scarf is a variation of a feather and fan pattern.
I'm going to put up the instructions for the pattern and not the scarf which is just five side by side iterations of the pattern.
The asterisks (*) in the pattern rows indicate the 17 stitches of the pattern.
www.seitherin.com /sew/2005/05/pattern-for-stepdaughters-scarf.html   (356 words)

 Knitted Lace Scarves - Knitted Scarf Patterns
Lovely knitted lace stole pattern easily adapts to the width you fancy, from narrow neck scarf, medium width shoulder wrap, or wider shawl and sofa throw styles.
The main stitch pattern has only three different patterned rows, so the rhythm is quickly learned and enjoyed.
You'll enjoy the rhythm in making this pattern while using a method to keep yarn overs between knit and purl stitches the same size as when going from purl to knit stitches.
www.heartstringsfiberarts.com /rectangu.shtm   (730 words)

 F-Shaped Pattern For Reading Web Content (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox)
Sometimes users will read across a third part of the content, making the pattern look more like an E than an F. Other times they'll only read across once, making the pattern look like an inverted L (with the crossbar at the top).
The F viewing pattern is a rough, general shape rather than a uniform, pixel-perfect behavior.
The F pattern's implications for Web design are clear and show the importance of following the guidelines for writing for the Web instead of repurposing print content:
www.useit.com /alertbox/reading_pattern.html   (763 words)

If you are interested in design patterns and web development, there are a few resources here, and many more to come soon.
WebPatterns is a place to discuss, document and collaborate on patterns for web design and development.
The aim is to uncover the patterns developers use today via a structured quiz.
webpatterns.org   (152 words)

Pattern: An interdisciplinary course in textile design and elementary group theory.
This course will focus on the interplay between the art of designing repeat patterns and the mathematics of analyzing those patterns in terms of their symmetries.
All figures on this database are copyrighted through Wheelock Books of Hanover, NH and have been reprinted for classroom use only through special permission with all rights reserved.
www.dartmouth.edu /~matc/math5.pattern/pattern.html   (158 words)

 Sewing - Sewing Patterns & Sewing Machines. Butterick & Kwik Sew Patterns. Sewing Machine Reviews & Pattern Reviews. ...
I started this site because every time I pick up a new pattern for a project, I wonder what's in store for me. Should I sew with this pattern?
I searched for a crafts & pattern review site but since I found none, I decided to create one!...
I did a bit of sewing when I was younger.
sewing.patternreview.com   (261 words)

 William Gibson - Official Website
With help and betrayal from equally unlikely quarters, Cayce will follow the trail of the mysterious film to its source, and in the process will learn something about her father's life and death.
Parkaboy says you should go to new footage as though you've seen no previous footage at all, thereby momentarily escaping the film or films that you've been assembling, consciously or unconsciously, since first exposure.
Homo sapiens is about pattern recognition, he says.
www.williamgibsonbooks.com /books/pattern.asp   (9402 words)

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