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ATOM stands for An Active Object Model

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Currently, this is a widely recognized problem and several approaches have been proposed. More recent and far fewer research has addressed the issue of coordinating the execution of several objects and specifying and reusing coordination algorithms among objects. However, most proposals have addressed these problems in isolation. Furthermore, few languages supporting the proposed features are widely available and relatively little experience has been gained from their use. In this paper we present an active object model.
The Master level sometimes also has something corresponding to a TypeObject. In process industries, the Master level might be called Recipes or Formulas for products. The next level is Planning or Specification, where people plan specific quantities of specific products to manufacture at specific times. This level is the ActiveObjectModel for the real-time event level. --Bob Haugen See these pattern languages: BrianFoote and JosephYoder, Metadata and Active Object-Models.
A number of object models were proposed for implementing activity-centered services, the most interesting being the active object model. Unfortunately, several problems with this model prevent it from being widely adopted in the commercial setting. First, some are confused as to what an active object is; basically, too many different definitions of active objects are "floating" around. Second, some so-called "SOA experts" are preaching that "the active object pattern for distributed objects is way beyond the capabilities of Web services.
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George K. Thiruvathukal, Toward Scalable Parallel Software: An Active Object Model.