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SDD may refer to:
- Software Design Description (IEEE 1016–2009), a standard that specifies the form of the document used to specify system architecture and application design in a software-related project
- Software Design Document, a written outline of the development of a course or a description of a software product
- Solution Deployment Descriptor, a proposed OASIS standard for software deployment, configuration and maintenance
- Subsystem Device Driver, a multi-platform device driver designed to support the multipath configuration environments in IBM storage environments
- Software Design and Development, an HSC subject in NSW that details the basics of designing and developing software applications
- Syntax-Directed Definition - a context-free grammar with attributes and rules
- SDD, for SEPA Direct Debit, a payment system in the Single Euro Payments Area in Europe
- SDD, ISO code for the Sudanese dinar, the currency of Sudan 1992–2007, now replaced by the Sudanese pound
- Sulfadimidine, an antibiotic whose abbreviations include SDD
- Silicon drift detector, a p-n junction-based detector for ionizing radiation, such as for X-rays)
- Seasonal deficit disorder, another name for seasonal affective disorder
- Symmetric diagonally dominant matrix systems in mathematics
- Selective decontamination of the digestive tract in medicine
- S/D/D or s/d/d, usually with a "no" in front of it, means no smoking, drinking or drugs. Used in many personals ads.
- System Design (or Description) Document, typically written by the vendor to describe at a high but specific level the functioning of a complex, unique system, written after the SRD (System Requirements Document) from the customer. Examples include newly developed military equipment, civic railroad design, and rocket subsystems. This usage is analogous to the Software Design Document.
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