Distributed Architecture for the Object-Oriented Method for Interoperability
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The Department of Defense DoD is both challenged by the quest for interoperability and capable of the bottom-up development of a solution. The predominant method for achieving interoperability is the development of an intermediate representation that provides a common integration language or data model. An example is Youngs Object-Oriented Method for Interoperability OOMI, which produces a Federation Interoperability Object Model FIOM for the resolution of heterogeneities in representation and view of a real-world entity. An FIOM generates a standard for interoperability by associating the nonstandard, component system data models into an extersible lattice, which captures translations that resolve data modeling differences.
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