Common Information Model (CIM) is an object-oriented information model published by the Distributed Management Task Force DMTF. RFC 3198

Common Information Model consists of a Specification detailing the abstract modeling constructs and principles of the Information Model, and a textual language definition to represent the Model.

Common Information Model's schemas are defined as a set of files, written in the language of the Specification, with graphical renderings using UML.

Sets of classes and associations represent Common Information Model's Core and Common Models, defining an information model for the "enterprise" - addressing general concepts (in Core), and systems, devices, users, software distribution, the physical environment, networks and policy (in the Common Models).

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