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object model

(1) (Document Object Model) See DOM.

(2) A description of an object-oriented architecture, including the details of the object structure, interfaces between objects and other object-oriented features and functions. See object-oriented programming.

(3) An object-oriented description of an application.
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in a homogeneous way, straight in the object data model (and more generally in Information Systems, Objects, Web Services, etc) to provide an object-oriented language which allows the expression of authorizations at the class level.
The object data model is not constrained to keeping data in rows and columns.
The key points of this release are enhanced Portfolio and Demand Management, Resource Allocation Management, to consider the resource request and commitment process between project managers and resource managers; Object Data Model Extension and Pooled Risk.
The VISION Cloud will introduce a breakthrough storage cloud architecture which combines several new concepts, notably (a) a rich object data model, (b) execution of computations close to the stored content, (c) content-centric access, and (d) full data interoperability.
It combines standard database features with all of the benefits of an object data model.
The flexible and dynamic object data model provides systematic support for object design at execution time rather than at compile time.
The Explore object-relational server marries the intuitive organization and search capabilities of an object data model with the robust database functionality of a relational database system.
has the only object data model addressing the requirements of
ObjectStore's object data model is the only solution addressing the requirement of today's Web environment -- the need to support objects which encompass extended data types and their extended relationships.
The primary focus of the partnership has been on building Big Data management platforms based on object data models, and supporting migration of application technology to these platforms.
the hard way) to address the object to relational (O/R) dilemma -- known as the "impedance mismatch" -- is a lot of SQL and JDBC hand-coding to map between the conceptual structure of the object data models and the tables, rows, and columns format of a SQL-based relational database.
These are incredibly complex systems which often require real-time responsiveness and the ability to manage high-speed data streams while providing reliable data persistence for complex object data models.