2015/07/04 08:30, Takashi Iba “Pattern Language 3.0 and Fundamental Behavioral Properties”, Purplsoc

Plenary at Purplsoc, Takashi Iba @taka_iba, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University

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At PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change) 2015, Danube University Krems, Austria

Day introduction by Richard Sickinger

  •     (Waiting 5 minutes for people who are from other timezones, to start)

Introduction

  • Active in pattern community fo the last year

[Takashi Iba, slides posted at http://www.slideshare.net/takashiiba/pattern-language-30-and-fundamental-behavioral-properties-takashi-iba-purplsoc15-keynote-2015]

With students, over 10 years, have published 2500+ patterns

Purplsoc: Takashi Iba

Frontiers of pattern language method: Social, communication ways in pattern language

  • 1. New domains
  • 2. New process
  • 3. News ways
  • 4. New tools
  • 5. New theory

1. New domains for pattern language

  • Was proposed in architecture
  • Then used in software patterns, started by Kent Beck and Ward Cunningham
  • Gang of Four Design Pattern language is a kind of pattern language, not like architectural pattern languages
  • Many books in software patterns
  • Many conferences
  • Pedagogical patterns (Joseph Bergin) and fearless change patterns (Mary Lynn Manns and Linda Rising)
  • 2014 Learning Papers, 40 patterns for designing one way of creative learning

Used pattern language originally to support curriculum development in 2008

  • Pattern 1: Opportunity for Learning
  • Pattern 2: Learning by Creating
  • Pattern 3:  Talking Thinker
  • Pattern 28:  Community of Learning
  • 2011, Presentation Patterns

New genre of pattern languages, not in software (generation 2) or architecture (generation 1)

So, propose third generation pattern language on human action

Object of design

  • PL1 Physical forms
  • PL2 Non-physical forms
  • PL3 Forms of human action

Since then, have created many pattern languages

Collaboration Patterns:  A Pattern Language for Creative Collaborations

Change Making Patterns: A Pattern Language for Fostering Social Entrepreneurship, Sumire Nakamura, Eri Shimomukai

Survival Language: A Pattern Language for Surviving Earthquakes, Tomoki Furukawazono

Words for a Journey: The Art of Being With Dementia

  • Expect 3 types of readers:  people with dementia, families, network of companies or government

Strange application domain?  Important.  First in the welfare domain, close to Alexander’s motivation of creating quality

  • Alexander 1985:  the house is no longer an “object” which is manufactured, but a thing of love, which is nurtured, made, grown and personal

Book was published in Japan

  • In bookstore, article in Asahi Shimbun, Kanagawa Times, Sankei Shimbun

Last year, started Pattern Language 3.0 Seminar Series for Industry

  • About 30 companies, including Toyota, Fujitsu, BNP

Advising on Pattern Language 3.0 in Government Offices

  • For Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Have Pattern Language 3.0 for Kids, based on presentation patterns, to improve classroom discussion

2. New Process of creating pattern language

  • Alexander not interested in designing pattern language?  Need to open the black box

Practices in the software patterns community

  • Shepherding
  • Writer’s workshop

Holistic pattern mining

  • Early, need to mine patterns
  • Brainstorming, discuss
  • 1. Element mining
  • 2. Visual clustering
  • 3. Seed making

Video:  Holistic Pattern Mining, the case of collaboration patterns (2012) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plpwld6dIms

  • 360 elements created in 7 hours
  • Clustering, 19 hours over 4 days
  • Then revisions over 2 months

This is a way of developing a pattern language as a whole

  • In software, have tended to do a small number of patterns added slowly over years, miss the vision of the whole

Mining interview and mining workshop

  • Interviewed families of people with dementia
  • Blue post-its are potential solutions, yellow as potential problems

Pattern illustrating

  • Illustration complements text
  • (Re-)drew 500 illustrations for 34 patterns

Last year, 3 girls created Pattern Illustrating Patterns

Another book, A Tale of Pattern Illustrating

Pattern Writing Sheet, for beginners, available on the web at http://creativeshift.jp/sheet/

Creating Own Pattern Language for Kids, in cooperation with Kazuo Tsukahara (teacher)

  • Kids design own homework

3. New Process of creating pattern languages

  • For piecemeal growth of knowledge
  • How to learn patterns, and how to learn how to use pattern languages

Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Language

  • Using patterns to trigger / discuss
  • Worked with 6000 both in Japan, and outside
  • Patterns that have experienced, and then look for others experiences
  • Used with 900 freshmen at Keio U. every year

Pattern Language as a Vocabulary for Communication

Planning and reflection with a Pattern Language

Idea Generation with Pattern Language

4. New tools for Pattern Language

Learning Pattern Cards at http://www.amazon.com/CreativeShift-Learning-Pattern-Cards/dp/B00NBEGXPS

  • Workshop for high school students
  • Workshop for high school teachers

Collaboration Pattern Cards at http://www.amazon.com/CreativeShift-Collaboration-Pattern-Cards/dp/B00NBEFLGK

A web system to utilize pattern language:  Beauty

Stickers of patterns

5. New Theory on Pattern Language (presentation tomorrow)

Alexander proposed 15 geometrical properties

Now studying 24 fundamental behavioral properties

Why difficult to apply?

  • 1. Finding the mechanism behind the patters
  • 2. Refined and revised the properties
  • 3. Describing behavioral properties

Have Generative Films at http://generativefilms.org

Fundamental Behavioral Properties can be used when pattern mining

 

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