ESPRIT ’90 pp 588-588 | Cite as

Application tools and end-user applications: The Object Management Architecture

  • Richard Mark Soley
Conference paper


Applications developers and end-users alike today clamor for similar features in application architectures: interoperability, portability, maintainability, reusability, distribution, heterogeneity and consistency. Although there may be multiple approaches to achieving these goals, repeatedly many different projects have chosen object-oriented programming styles to solve these problems and alleviate the expense of large-scale software development and integration.


Information System European Community Object Management International Group Application Developer 
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