Object Metamodeling

What Does Object Metamodeling Mean?

Object metamodeling is a model used to prototype the modeling of an object. Metamodels provide a platform-independent mechanism that is used to specify the shared structure, syntax and semantics of technology and tool frameworks, with the ability to share interchangeable formats and programming models for model transformation and querying.


Techopedia Explains Object Metamodeling

Object metamodeling is critical to the success of distributed object environments. It is a fact-oriented method for modeling an information system at a conceptual level, as it pictures the world in terms of objects, where objects are values or entities, that play roles, or parts in relationships.


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