Re: Query about an abbreviation

Subject: Re: Query about an abbreviation
From: Ann Balaban <annb -at- DADD -dot- TI -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1993 18:30:59 CDT

> Vicki,
HDL stands for Hardware Description Language. It's a CAD term used in the
semiconductor industry.

Hope this helps.

Kathlyn Auten, Texas Instruments (214)917-1732

> I have a manuscript with an abbreviation I don't recognize and
> can't find in my references, and thought you might be able to
> help. (The author is in France and not on the net, and I'm
> trying to save time; not speaking French, I don't want to deal
> with international phone rates to attempt to connect with her.)
> The abbreviation is "HDL" and has to do with the software
> development life cycle: "Orthogonal defect classification can be
> used as early as the HDL phase." (I figure if it's not in my
> references, I should spell it out for my readers.)

> Thanks.

> Vicki Rosenzweig
> vr%acmcr -dot- uucp -at- murphy -dot- com

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