Common Desktop Environment

   Abbreviated CDE. A set of specifications developed by the Common Open Software Environment (COSE) that defines an API for a common Unix graphical user interface. The specifications cover the interoperability of applications across different hardware platforms, multimedia and networking operations, as well as objectoriented technology and system administration issues.

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