|Definition||:||Software Design Description|
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What does SDD mean?
IEEE 1016-1998, also known as the Recommended Practice for Software Design Descriptions, is an IEEE standard that specifies an organizational structure for a software design description (SDD). An SDD is a document used to specify system architecture and application design in a software related project.
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||SDD||Subsystem Device Driver|
||SDD||Solution Deployment Descriptor|
||SDD||Silicon Drift Detector|
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of SDD in IEEE Standards?
The full form of SDD is Software Design Description