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If you could remember the details of the previous problem
and how you solved it then you could reuse the
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When experts works on a particular problem, it is unusual for
them to tackle it by inventing a new solution That is completely
distinct from existing ones. They often Recall a similar problem
they have already solved, and reuse the essence of its solution to
solve the new problem. This kind of expert behavior", the
thinking in problem-solution pairs, is common to many different
domain.(Bushmann,1996)

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When expert find a good solution, they used it again and
again. Such experience is part of what makes them experts.
Context :
ContextProblemSolutionPatterns
Context : a situation giving rise to a problem.
Problem : the recurring problem arising in that context.
Solution : a proven resolution of the problem.

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Every pattern deals with a specific, recurring problem in the
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Patterns capture existing, well-proven experience in problemsolution pair and help to promote solutions.

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