Definition Edit

An interface control document (ICD) in systems engineering and software engineering, describes the interface or interfaces between subsystems or to a system or subsystem.

Overview Edit

An ICD may describe:

The purpose of the ICD is to communicate all possible inputs to and all potential outputs from a system for some potential or actual user of the system. The internal interfaces of a system or subsystem are typically not documented in an ICD, but rather in a system design document (such as a software design document).

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