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This is a Building Block document

Document icon BV User Input.Tablet Peripherals Version: 0.1 OIAr logo
Document type: Building Block Variant Owner:

J.A.H. Schoonderbeek


Variant Coordinates

Function icon Icon BBT User Input.png

 This Building Block Variant...

... belongs to Working Area:   Client Realm (CR)
... is an implementation of Building Block Type:   User Input
... is intended for use in Environment:   Not specified

Description

This function represents the (external) peripherals that can supply a tablet with input, such as an external keyboard and/or mouse, stereo microphone, external harddisk etc. In some situations the standard input facilities of a tablet function less than optimal; in these cases one or more peripherals may be able to improve the user input experience.

Characteristics & indications of usage

These peripherals provide input methods other than the tablet's standard methods. The peripherals are external to the Tablet device, and need to have a suitable form of connectivity with the Tablet device.


Elements

When designing a facility to implement this function, inclusion of all the following elements is prescribed; either mandatory, optional or explicitly forbidden:

Element Type Prescribed Rationale

Quality Requirements

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.


QA Group Quality Attribute Value
Flexibility Adaptability NS
Scalability NS
Maintainability Manageability NS
Accountability NS
Reliability Availability NS
Integrity NS


Used by pattern(s)

Below is shown which Pattern Variant(s) (if any) currently use this Building Block Variant:

Semantic query
Pattern VariantBrief DescriptionOwnerMaturity
PAV.User Workspace.TabletUser Workspace.TabletJ.A.H. Schoonderbeek2

Facility Implementation Blueprint(s)

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