I'm writing the detailed description of a computer implemented system. I have explained what the system does, that's where the inventive subject matter is. I have explained an exemplary architecture where embodiments of the system can be implemented. I have explained a block diagram with the software parts of the system and I have explained all the steps of 8 flow charts.
I wrote some system claims before writing the description. Then I thought to claim the same from a method point of view, so that I have both system and method claims. The system claims I wrote look already a bit like a method, as besides stating the parts of the system, they go through the main steps that the system follows. I must say, I'm just learning how to write a patent, that's why the after thought about method claims.
The question is, if I claim the same system from a method point of view, do I have to write a detailed description that states what the system does from a exclusive method point of view? Or a system description, with all these flowchart I added, is enough to support both system and method claims?