Software design patterns are the core abstractions from successful recurring problem solutions in software design. Composite design patterns are the core abstractions from successful recurring frameworks. A composite design pattern is a pattern that is best described as the composition of further patterns the integration of which shows a synergy that makes the composition more than just the sum of its parts. This paper presents examples of composite patterns, discusses a role-based analysis and composition technique, and demonstrates that composite patterns extend the pattern idea from single problem solutions to object-oriented frameworks.
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