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Som

Som, SOM or Søm may refer to:

Contents

  • Geography and transportation 1
  • Education 2
  • Medicine 3
  • Military 4
  • Music 5
  • Science & Technology 6
  • Other 7

Geography and transportation

Education

Medicine

Military

Music

Science & Technology

  • Seine-Oise-Marne culture, name given by archaeologists to an ancient culture in northern France
  • Self-organizing map, a type of artificial neural network in machine learning, also called Kohonen network.
  • Service-oriented modeling, a service-oriented architecture modeling methology
  • Simulation Object Model, a document describing a component within the High-level architecture (simulation)
  • Soil organic matter, organic compounds within the mineral soil without living roots and animals
  • IBM System Object Model, an object-oriented shared library most widely used in the operating system OS/2
  • System Object Model (file format), an executable file format used by the HP-UX operating system for the PA-RISC platform
  • System on module (SoM), a type of computer hardware device used in embedded systems

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