Dynamic Object Model

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Pattern Intent: Allow a system to have new and changing object types without having to reprogram the system. By representing the object types as objects, they can be changed at configuration time or at runtime, making it easy to change and adapt the system to new requirements.


Dirk Riehle, Michel Tilman, and Ralph Johnson. "Dynamic Object Model." In Pattern Languages of Program Design 5. Edited by Dragos Manolescu, Markus Völter, James Noble. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 2005.

The paper is available as a PDF file. Please note that the final published article is a copy-edited version of this pdf file and therefore may differ in minor details from the version provided here.

This book chapter supersedes an earlier conference paper.

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