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SDD

(Software Design Description) The architecture of an information system. See IDD.
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Table 1: Various types of detectors and their corresponding achievable standard deviations and variation coefficients 50 nm Gold Detector type Standard Coefficient deviation of variation Proportional counter tube (0,2 mm aperture) 2,2 nm 4,3 % PIN detector (1 mm aperture) 0,9 nm 1,8 % SDD detector (1 mm aperture) 0,2 nm 0,4 % 24 nm Palladium Detector type Standard Coefficient deviat of variation Proportional counter tube (0,2 mm aperture) 3 nm 13 % PIN detector (1 mm aperture) 1,2 nm 4,8 % SDD detector (1 mm aperture) 0,5 nm 2,1 %
Vidya Devaiah, Managing Director at SDD Global, welcomed the news: "We're grateful that so many of our clients were surveyed, ranging from large and small corporations to law firms, and that they had an opportunity to share their enthusiasm for our work.
Feedback from FSB members suggests that over the past two years, businesses have developed and redesigned their internal organisational structures and daily work patterns to accommodate SDD where possible.
5mm high and is a suitable storage solution for notebook PCs, according to Toshiba Europe SDD.
The restructuring of the SDD phase and the additional funding is intended to expand the scope of the FCS program and accelerate delivery of FCS technologies and capabilities to the Army.
Toshiba SDD markets high-quality peripherals to original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, value-added dealers, systems integrators and distributors in the United States.
SDD is available at the same service fees as for Ariel or fax.
The SDD phase began with more risk present than recommended by best practices or Department of Defense (DOD) guidance.
92 billion SDD process, the Army and the Lead Systems Integrator, a Boeing Company and Science Applications International Corporation team, will award contracts to subcontractors to begin designing FCS elements.
O'Leary and Peleg [1983] introduced the SDD approximation in the context of image compression, and Kolda and O'Leary [1998; 1999b] used the SDD approximation for latent semantic indexing (LSI) in information retrieval; these applications are discussed in Section 4.
We will describe the SDD approximation, show how to compute it, and compare the SDD-based LSI method to the SVD-based LSI method.
Managers do not increase their personal undiversifiable risk when an SDD is paid.