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MOF

(1) (Managed Object Format) An ASCII file that contains the formal definition of a CIM schema. See CIM.

(2) (Meta Object Facility) An object model from the Object Management Group (OMG) for defining meta-data in a distributed CORBA environment. Its four levels define the meta-meta model, meta model, model and instance data. See CORBA and OMG.
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Moreover, some of China's new tax schemes, the MOF notes, are actually copied from Taiwan, for example providing development and innovation centers with a full refund on their taxes for purchased equipment.
In 2014, Yaghi and his UC Berkeley team synthesized a MOF -- a combination of zirconium metal and adipic acid -- that binds water vapor, and he suggested to Evelyn Wang, a mechanical engineer at MIT, that they join forces to turn the MOF into a water-collecting system.
Securities firms noted that according to the explanation of the MOF, the FSC will face the same tax problem for pushing domestic issuance of renminbi-denominated bonds in the future.
The MOF has to deny the existence of the M-Fund and the 57s.
Unisys and Microsoft recommend a MOF operations assessment for any enterprise running Microsoft applications and seeking to assess the current state of its operational processes.
By postponing the tax hikes, the MOF is hoping to win approval from ruling coalition lawmakers who are critical of a plan to combine tax cuts with tax hikes.
New methods under consideration to manage the next sale of NTT shares include an ''convertible bond'' scheme, in which the MOF will sell part of the planned share sale to a special purpose company which will issue bonds to investors who will be allowed to convert them to NTT shares later.
The company said the MOF questioned balance-sheet data on extraordinary losses and other expenses.
Israel says the metal armor of MOF cable helps speed jobs because it protects the fragile glass fibers inside.
MOF officials establish financial policy, license financial institutions, and supervise their performance.
Japan's central bank eased money once again, and the MOF put its reforms on hold.
Referred to as MOF Support for Semantic Structures, this standardization effort will define a new MOF compliance level designated SMOF - Semantic MOF - that lifts some of the restrictions that the MOF specification currently places on modeling languages built with it and which must represent every object in the final model.