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SOM

System Object Model. An implementation of CORBA by IBM.

SOM

(1) (System-On-Module) See computer-on-module.

(2) (Schema Object Model) A programming interface (API) from Microsoft for accessing XML schemas, introduced with MSXML 4.0. See MSXML.

(3) (System Object Model) An object architecture from IBM that provides a full implementation of the CORBA standard. SOM is language independent and is supported by a variety of large compiler and application development vendors. DSOM (Distributed SOM) allows objects to be used across the network.

(4) (Self Organizing Map) A two-dimensional map that shows relationships in a neural network.
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