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The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) of the International Standards Organization (ISO) provides the most robust standards and models for distributed data networking. The OSI model is a sevenlayer reference model for computer networking, which is applicable to a CIM network in which the processing elements communicate over a common path. The seven layers are (1) application, (2) presentation, (3) session (operating system), (4) transport, (5) network, (6) data link, and (7) physical. Fig. 7 11 shows a seven-layer OSI reference model for computer networking and control (10).

The logic or function encodes the business rules that the application executes. The data consist of numerical information, text, images, or other types of information manipulated by the application. Typically, presentation services run on a client, data are kept on a server, and application logic runs on either the client or server or is divided between the two. Software developers must carefully allocate application components to minimize the impact of network latency and outages and to maximize the use of available computing resources.

It follows that threads speed up the time it takes to create a customer profile. Basically two components need to be distributed in a CIM factory—data and processing. Encapsulating these components as objects makes them portable, scalable, and sharable between applications. Encapsulation is a technique that allows the software developer to separate the implementation of an application from the abstract interface through software called wrappers. Users may develop these objects on proprietary platforms.

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