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Object Management Architecture
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Object Management ArchitectureA standard object model from the Object Management Group (OMG) for the behavior of component software in a distributed environment. An enhanced version of the Object Management Architecture (OMA) is the Model Driven Architecture (MDA). The communications interface of the OMA is the Common Object Request Broker (CORBA), and the CORBA architecture is more widely referenced in articles than the OMA. See CORBA.
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OMG's Object Management Architecture
is a promising attempt for a standard architecture that joins distributed computing and OO programming technologies.
The CIM Framework is based on the Object Management Group's Object Management Architecture
(OMG OMA) [2, 3, 5].