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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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Austin, who judging by his website is still struggling to get over the fact Gordon Brown is no longer PM - lots of pics of Gordo there - had a sideways Twitter pop ("twop"?) at Cameron for championing the Floyd's finest hour (pedant correction: the running time of DSOM is 42 minutes, 59 seconds, not an hour).
The DSOM software/hardware system focuses on finding the balance between high production rates, machine stress, and machine failure.
"If you lost your central control room, there would still be enough intelligence distributed to be able to take that subloop or system component into intrinsically safe conditions." The distributed processing began with an earlier set of operations and maintenance tools developed at the lab, known as Decision Support for Operations Management, or DSOM, and was developed further with the SDMS project.