object model

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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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The VISION Cloud will introduce a breakthrough storage cloud architecture which combines several new concepts, notably (a) a rich object data model, (b) execution of computations close to the stored content, (c) content-centric access, and (d) full data interoperability.
In this paper, we show how to take into account general context data (user roles, spatio-temporal environment, etc.) in a homogeneous way, straight in the object data model (and more generally in Information Systems, Objects, Web Services, etc) to provide an object-oriented language which allows the expression of authorizations at the class level.
Our proposal makes possible to take into account RBAC access control straight into the logical object data model. We presented the generic RAPOOL language, which contains two parts.
The object data model is not constrained to keeping data in rows and columns.
Impedance mismatch is a term borrowed from electrical engineering but in the software world it refers to the inherent difference between the relational and object data models.