A Pattern Oriented Approach for Software Design Reusability for Cost Efficiency
Keywords:Software Reuse, Design pattern, MVM, MVC.
The development of software increases their complexity. It has a major influence in business and industry. Therefore it is necessary to always need patterns which satisfy the needs of customers with an affordable cost. The main objective is to enhance the performance of enterprise design pattern for reuse. As a solution for all these requirements a new design called MVM pattern approach is been proposed.
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