Table of Contents

 1     Scope            
        1.1     Objective           
        1.2     Application       
        1.3     System specification       
 2     References   
 3     Definitions   
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms  
 5     Conventions
        5.1     Specification and Description Language grammars 
        5.2     Basic definitions              
        5.3     Presentation style             
        5.4     Choice of grammar rules and rule names   
 6     Tool compliance        
        6.1     Definitions of valid tools
        6.2     Conformance   
 7     Allocation of features of SDL‑2010 to Recommendations               
        7.1     Basic SDL-2010 – [ITU‑T Z.101] 
        7.2     Comprehensive SDL‑2010 – [ITU‑T Z.102]              
        7.3     Shorthand notation and annotation in SDL‑2010 – [ITU‑T Z.103]      
        7.4     Data and action language in SDL‑2010 – [ITU‑T Z.104]        
        7.5     SDL‑2010 combined with ASN.1 modules – [ITU‑T Z.105]   
        7.6     Common Interchange Format for SDL‑2010 – [ITU‑T Z.106]              
Annex A – Abstract syntax index    
Annex B – BNF syntax index    
Annex C Compatibility    
Annex DData defined in the package Predefined    
        D.1     Rules for "=" (equal), "/=" (not equal), comparison, data signatures and literals
        D.2     Package Predefined overview       
Annex E – Reserved for examples    
Annex F – Formal definition    
Appendix I – Status of ITU-T Z.100, related documents and Recommendations    
Appendix II – Guidelines for the maintenance of SDL‑2010    
       II.1     Maintenance of SDL‑2010            
Appendix III – Evolution of the Specification and Description Language    
      III.1     Versions of the Specification and Description Language        
      III.2     Differences between SDL-88 and SDL-92 
      III.3     Differences between SDL-92 and SDL‑2000            
      III.4     Differences between SDL‑2000 and SDL‑2010