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What does OOM stand for?
OOM stands for Object-Oriented Modeling
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Object-Oriented Methods
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Schwinger (1998) A comparison of role mechanisms in object-oriented modeling, Modellierung CEUR Workshop Proceedings, CEUR-WS.
Last, programming G2 involves graphical object-oriented modeling, natural language rules, generic rule and procedural logic, a built-in understanding of time, and the ability to incorporate programming changes without stopping to compile or relink code.
A leader in Java Enterprise Technology (Java EE), Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Object-Oriented Modeling and Analysis; the company prides itself on being a service-oriented company that provides a single source for education, outsourcing, and software solutions.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Miller Freeman launches the first independent conference and expo dedicated to showcasing and teaching the new standard in object-oriented modeling -- the Unified Modeling Language.
G2's flexible and graphical object-oriented modeling enables our engineers to rapidly develop AVENUE and our users to quickly create traffic models and run simulations.
and co-author of Real-Time Object-Oriented Modeling, which describes the ROOM methodology.
IS organizations interested in business-driven object-oriented modeling and applications development can use COOL:Jex to model complex business system requirements, facilitate re-use, and leverage investments in existing RDBMS technology.