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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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Russian ruble today costs 1.08 som for buying and 1.1 som for selling.
The academic Web portal used in SOM 210 could be customized by each student team.
The secondary market recorded transactions worth 29.36 million som ($458.7 thousand).
Mary Barber, a spokesperson for Council Member Ronnie Eldridge, noted the SOM plan was done 10 years ago, prior to the extensive development of the Lincoln Square area.
Ruble in exchange offices in Bishkek is worth 1.10 som (buying) and 1.12 som (sale).
The National Bank suggests the following official rates: dollar - 61.3769 som; euro - 68.3462 som; ruble - 0.9920 som.
Commercial banks financed 951 million 386 thousand som, while Kyrgyzpochtasy provided 1 billion 808 million 400 thousand som.
"Protected expenditures for 2014 made 68 billion 452.3 million som ($1.2 billion), or 99.3% of the plan.
The total amount of tax revenues made 62.3 billion som ($1.08 billion).
Yesterday, one ruble reached 1.05 som for buying and 1.07 som for selling.
The greatest allotment was made for the sector of economy - expenditures amounted to 12 billion som ($208.3 million), or 30.8% of GDP against previously approved 26.5%.