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Corba is a genus of Fimbriidae, described by Hall in 1859.
- synonym: genus Corba
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Bivalvia
- order: Veneroida
- family: Fimbriidae
Corba a.k.a. Chorba, also called shorba, shorwa, ciorbă, shurpa, shorpa, shorpo, and sorpa, is one of various kinds of soup or stew found in national cuisines across the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East. In South Asia, the term shorba simply means gravy.
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by J.K. Petersen
CORBA is a set of specifications for platform-independent, interoperable, distributed object-oriented applications. By using...
CORBA is an infrastructure that provides general services, and request and response capabilities at a low level.
by Bhadoria, Robin Singh, Chaudhari, Narendra, Tomar, Geetam Singh, Singh, Shailendra
Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is a standard created by the Object Management Group (OMG) to give interoperability among disseminated objects. CORBA is the world's driving middleware arrangement empowering ...
In Honour of Dr. G. J. Vachtsevanos by K. Valavanis
CORBA is a software standard developed by a consortium called the Object Management Group (OMG). As of this writing,
by Jan Graba
CORBA is a product of the OMG...
Data Center Fundamentals (2003)
by Mauricio Arregoces, Maurizio Portolani
CORBA is an open architecture that provides transport for the communications between objects in the network and also provides services such as life cycle ...
by Markus Aleksy, Axel Korthaus, Martin Schader
CORBA is an industry standard that has considerably changed the way that modern information systems are developed. It enables the platform- and programming language-independent implementation of distributed object- oriented systems ...
A Sorted Collection by Kent Beck
Because CORBA is a typed protocol, any compliant implementation has to be able to compile the Interface Definition Language (IDL) (this is starting to look like acronym soup!). DST's IDL compiler is nicely integrated with the rest of the ...
Dictionary of e-Business (2003)
A Definitive Guide to Technology and Business Terms by Francis Botto
like CORBA. (See Client/server, OMG, CORBA, IDL, WAP and UMTS.) Client side Server side Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Clients Backend Data Groupware TP monitor ...
The Internet Encyclopedia (2004)
by Hossein Bidgoli
CORBA Services (Object Services) CORBA facilities (Common Facilities) Figure 4: The object management architecture. and programming languages (used for implementing objects). CORBA supports interoperability by using a well-defined ...
by Harry Henderson
CORBA “activation” or “validation,” as with Microsoft Windows and Office products. The online validation process can forestall the use of valid but duplicated serial numbers (see digital rights management and software piraCy and ...
by Miriam Drake
CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) is a standard for distributed objects being developed by the Object Management Group (OMG). The OMG is a consortium of software vendors ...
Terms and Acronyms by Brad Hansen
Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA). object-oriented database (OODB) ( n.) A user interface that provides database management facilities in an object- oriented programming (OOP) environment. Data is stored as objects and can only ...
CORBA. A standard from the Object Management Group (OMG), whose members include Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, DEC, and IBM, that enables communications distributed ...
Volume 3 - Codes for the Prevention of Errors to Communications Frequency Standards by Fritz E. Froehlich, Allen Kent
For example, consider the recent Common Object Request Broker Architecture ( CORBA) standard for remote object access by distributed applications. It may provide a more useful approach to accomplish the OO management paradigm ...
by Taniar, David
Current CORBA implementations typically use IIOP to guarantee interoperability between CORBA-based applications. However, TCP/ IP is not a suitable transport layer for wireless communication (Amir, Balakrishnan, Seshan, & Katz, 1995), ...
by Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
CORBA and DCOM are tightly coupled technologies, while Web services are not. Thus, CORBA and DCOM are more difficult to learn and implement than Web services. It is not surprising that the success of these standards is marginal ( Chung ...
by Edwin D. Reilly
allows CORBA ORBs from different vendors to intemperate via a TCP/IP connection. HOP is a simplified RPC protocol used to invoke server objects via the Internet in a ...
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