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|... is an implementation of Building Block Type:||Workspace Accommodation|
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This function provides the connectivity and integration between the Tablet device and its peripherals. It's intended to make it possible to make use of a certain set of peripherals, such as external keyboards and mice.
Characteristics & indications of usage
- Several classes of Tablets have limited connectivity, i.e. they may lack standard connection methods such as USB ports, SD card slots or bluetooth
- Several classes of Tablets may offer connectivity using proprietary ports and/or protocols, limiting connnectivity to peripherals of the same manufacturer, or to peripherals for which the manufacturer of the peripheral must pay a license fee. An example is the Apple iPod connector.
When designing a facility to implement this function, inclusion of all the following elements is prescribed; either mandatory, optional or explicitly forbidden:
When a facility is designed according to this architectural recipe, it must/will satisfy the following Quality Requirements. This is the responsibility of the infrastructure designer. Note that because of the specified Elements (either the mandatory Elements and any applied optional Elements), some of these Requirements might automatically be satisfied.
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Used by pattern(s)
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|Pattern Variant||Brief Description||Owner||Maturity|
|PAV.User Workspace.Tablet||User Workspace.Tablet||J.A.H. Schoonderbeek||2|
Facility Implementation Blueprint(s)
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