Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing ( RM-ODP ) : Introduction

@inproceedings{kerry1995ReferenceMO,
  title={Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing ( RM-ODP ) : Introduction},
  author={Kerry Raymond kerry},
  year={1995}
}
  • Kerry Raymond kerry
  • Published 1995
The Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) was a joint effort by the international standards bodies ISO and ITU-T to develop a coordinating framework for the standardisation of open distributed processing (ODP). The model describes an architecture within which support of distribution, interworking, interoperability and portability can be integrated. The RM-ODP framework defines ODP concerns using five “viewpoints” (abstractions), namely enterprise, information, computational… CONTINUE READING

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