The purpose of the information viewpoint is the identification and location
of information, and the description of information processing activities.An
information model describes the structure, flow, interpretation, value
timeliness and consistency of information held within the system.
The purpose of the computational viewpoint is to describe the system as a
set of linked applications programs. A computational model provides
programmers with a description of a system that explains how distributed
application programs may be written for it.
The information and computational viewpoint compose of
The Single Managed Object View
A managed object is the view of a resource for the purposes of management.
This view examines the characteristics of a single managed object in
The Managed Object Relationships View
Managed objects participate in a number of relationships. This viewpoint
describes various relationships between managed objects.
The Logical Distribution View
Managed objects and OSs which manage them are distributed about the
network. This view discusses aspects of this distribution, and how knowledge
of that distribution is managed.