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an organ of vision

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a closed plane curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point or something shaped like this

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the ball-shaped capsule containing the vertebrate eye

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move in an orbit

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Three other standards work with COM and DCOM to make assembling applications easier.
Examples of the proliferation of competing domain-specific standards include database middleware such as ODBC, SQL, and Oracle Glue; groupware middleware such as Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes; Internet middleware such as HTTP and Secure Socket Layer (SSL); and object middleware such as CORBA and DCOM. "Generic" or "fundamental" middleware forms the basis of client/server systems; the domain-specific middleware serves to harness the capabilities of the fundamental middleware for a more specialized purpose.
Today's rating action reflects DCOM's stable asset quality, adequate capital levels and concentrated business model.
* Lieutenant Colonel Ferenc Konczol, DCOM SAM Wing 12, Hungarian Air Force
More than 8 million people reportedly watched the film's premiere in 2008--making "Camp Rock" the third highest-viewed Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) at the time, behind "High School Musical 2" and "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie."
Dime Community Bancshares Inc (NASDAQ: DCOM), the USD4.04bn parent company of The Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh, has said that its board has declared a quarterly cash dividend of USD0.14 per share on its common stock.
Distributed object technologies, like CORBA, DCOM and Java RMI used so far for implementation purposes apply dedicated communication mechanisms which are incompatible.
Later that year, DCOM was introduced as an answer to CORBA.
However, in contrast to Slammer, Lovesan used a breach in the RPC DCOM service, which is present on every computer working under
The new technology would have helped protect enterprises against the recent Blaster/Lovsan worm by alerting IT managers to the two effective remediation options available -- deployment of the MS03-026 patch or disablement of DCOM services as a stopgap measure until they were satisfied that the patch would have no adverse effect on their networks -- and then making it possible to instantly implement the fix of their choice on every machine via a single command from the management console.
Welchia infects a system, deletes the MSBlast virus if it is present, attempts to download the DCOM RPC patch from Microsoft's Windows Update web site then reboots the computer.
The product also now supports the DCOM architecture - an alternative to CORBA.
According to IMA, the iCA framework acts as a buffer for applications and operating system, supporting Enterprise Java Beans, Corba and Microsoft Corp's COM and DCOM. West Chester, Pennsylvania-based professional services company and object specialists Genesis Development Corp helped IMA with the development work on the framework.
Microsoft will use OLE DB (object linking and embedding database), for instance, as a method to enable database objects on the front-end of an application to map to a SQL Server database on the back-end of an application through DCOM, Microsoft's Distributed Component Object Model.
Editor's note: While attending the Windows on Healthcare Conference & Exhibition, you will frequently hear the terms OLE and DCOM. The following article discusses the benefits of these Microsoft technologies.