object bus

object bus

The communications interface through which objects are located and accessed. An object bus is a high-level protocol which rides on top of a lower-level transport protocol. See CORBA and DCOM.
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Breaux: HII is a standards-based object bus with a standards-based clinical object model-the MRO--available on the bus.
Based on TIBCO publish/subscribe messaging, the same proven technology employed by Wall Street and the global financial community for online security trading, the Fourth Shift OBJECT bus enables the real-time exchange of information between users at multiple sites worldwide.
Another key component of OBJECTS is the introduction today of Fourth Shift's award-winning Manufacturing Software System (MSS) for OBJECTS, the company's award-winning MRP software system that links directly to the Fourth Shift OBJECT bus.
Because ISI's new pRISM+ embedded development tools (see related announcement) are built on an object bus which conforms to the open industry-standard, CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture), it is easy to interface tools to pRISM+, whether they are already CORBA compliant or not.
pRISM+ is built on an object bus which conforms to the open industry-standard, CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture), and is the only embedded tools suite where openness is backed by an industry standard, rather than proprietary interfaces.
The pRISM+ suite and the CORBA object bus gives users the choice to expand their systems as new technologies become available.