Universal Interface Language
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A Universal Interface Language is a language that allows for an interchange of deep information between objects. It does this by allowing an object to experiment on another object to determine what it thinks the object is capable of.
The goal of a Universal Interface Language is to achieve (automatic) interoperability beyond that provided by an Interface description language such as CORBA or a message exchange protocol such as SOAP.