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The situation worsens if the same object needs to be clustered together with more than one group. Considering clustering as an aspect of data residing in a database allows managing these complex scenarios transparently of the programmer. The programmer can specify clustering as an aspect of a group of objects regardless of whether some objects in the group also form part of another group. The clustering aspects can then be used by the system to work out an efficient storage strategy. Furthermore, if the clustering requirements for an object change the programmer can re-configure the clustering aspect to indicate which group of objects should be clustered with this object.
Invariance. , what it is true remains true. Recall also from Section 2 that changes are represented by transformations. The above shows that the order of the objects in a class is immaterial. Mathematically, we can represent the changing orders, switching-abouts as a set of transformations. We can show that these transformations form a group. For example, changing object o1 to o2 to o3 is equivalent to changing from o1 to o3. This is the closure property of the James O. Coplien and Liping Zhao 42 group.
It is also an architectural transformation that integrates parts into a larger whole. Alexander’s patterns are geometric in nature. A pattern language allows a builder to build a house by applying one pattern at a time, in sequence. 3 Theory of Geometric Centers While the people using pattern languages had produced good community houses, Alexander soon realized that pattern languages alone were inadequate to achieve the beauty he sought. There were two problems: the economic processes of building didn't support piecemeal growth, and the people using the pattern language had the 40 James O.