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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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Based on some well thought-out KISS principles, JDXA easily supports complex object modeling including inheritance, one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many relationships.
Probabilistic Nodes Combination (PNC) for Object Modeling and Contour Reconstruction
Use case driven object modeling with UML; theory and practice.
EventStudio provides advanced constructs for sequence diagram-based object modeling. EventStudio supports generation of message sequence charts (MSCs) and call flow diagrams used in telecom and embedded system development.
Some standard techniques of object modeling, like UML, were used in modeling generators, despite some problems in aspect modeling.
For example, CocoBase works with the IBM Rational Rose / XDE Object Modeling tool by importing the Object Model in the XMI format and automatically maps the objects to the relational data, auto-generates the persistence and Java code, and can even create the relational tables as well.
Scott, UML distilled: a brief guide to the standard object modeling language, Addison-Wesley (2000).
CocoBase(R) technology is based on US patent #5857197 as well as additional pending patents directed to object navigation, object modeling and caching.
For more than a decade vendors have hyped and under delivered the promises of object modeling and component technologies.
With full notation and meta-model support, ObjectDomain 2.5 is unique in its robust adherence to UML, the industry standard language for object modeling. In 1997 UML was adopted as an Object Management Group (OMG) standard for the specific purpose of unified model interchange.
Mark McGregor, a Popkin spokesperson, says that the System Architect 2001 tool adds to the traditional object modeling tool concept with new front-end features and a new model-based approach for data modeling.