SDL - definitie. Wat is SDL
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Wat (wie) is SDL - definitie

Sdl; SDL (disambiguation)

System Design Language
Specification and Description Language (Reference: CCITT)
Specification and Design Language. Defined by the ITU-T (recommendation Z100) to provide a tool for unambiguous specification and description of the behaviour of telecommunications systems. The area of application also includes process control and real-time applications. SDL provides a Graphic Representation (SDL/GR) and a textual Phrase Representation (SDL/PR), which are equivalent representations of the same semantics. A system is specified as a set of interconnected abstract machines which are extensions of the Finite State Machine (FSM). 1. System Software Development Language. System software for the B1700. "System Software Development Language Reference Manual", 1081346, Burroughs Corp (Dec 1974). 2. Specification and Description Language. ITU-T. Specification language with both graphical and character-based syntaxes for defining interacting extended finite state machines. Used to specify discrete interactive systems such as industrial process control, traffic control, and telecommunication systems. Proc Plenary Assembly, Melbourne 14-1988-11-25, Fasc X.1, CCITT. "Telecommunications Systems Engineering Using SDL", R. Saracco et al, N-H 1989. Available from Verilog, MD. (See XDL). 3. Shared Dataspace Language. "A Shared Dataspace Language Supporting Large-Scale Concurrency", G. Roman et al, Proc 8th Intl Conf Distrib Comp Sys, IEEE 1988, pp.265-272. 4. Structure Definition Language. Used internally by DEC to define and generate the symbols used for VAX/VMS internal data structures in various languages. 5. System Description Language. language used by the Eiffel/S implementation of Eiffel to assemble clusters into a system. (see Lace).



SDL may refer to:

Uitspraakvoorbeelden voor SDL
1. You can just change your SDL file,
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Voorbeelden uit tekstcorpus voor SDL
1. Two independent candidates supporting the SDL have also taken seats.
2. 20 June 2005 Translation services company SDL plans to buy rival translation software firm Trados for $60 million.
3. The poll pitted Mr Qarase‘s indigenous SDL party against the Labour Party led by Mr Chaudhry, an ethnic Indian.
4. The SDL and the Labour party are expected to win the majority of the seats between them.
5. SDL, represented on ballot papers by a picture of a dove, won 37 seats at the 2001 election.