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Ove Faergemand's scientific contributions . The paper covers main aspects of the new version of SDL in three main areas: structure, behaviour and data. Although it has been standardised since 1976 and is widely used in the telecommunications industry and standards work, it has not been widely used elsewhere. Despite its age, SDL is evolving in a controlled way to meet present requirements.