I would recommend consulting the source where you found this. If it was a publishing company, they may have their own system of shorthand that will clarify this.
Otherwise, this all seems relatively standard:
- 3*3*3*3* indicates the wind grouping with three performers each: three flutes, three oboes, three clarinets, three bassoons. The asterisks indicate that one of the players is playing another instrument of that family; one flute is also playing piccolo, one bassoon is also playing contrabassoon, etc. Contrast this with 3d, where the third player is doubling on that instrument.
- 4331 indicates a standard brass grouping of four horns, three trumpets, three trombones, and a tuba.
- tmp+3 indicates a timpanist and three other percussionists.
- hp indicates harp.
- cel/pno indicates a score for celesta/piano.
- (14/12/10/8/6) indicates the number of strings: 14 first violins, 12 second violins, 10 violas, 8 celli, and 6 double basses.
My only confusion is with the designation cds before the last entry. My guess is that this indication is in another language—perhaps French?—and this tells us that the following numbers pertain to "strings" (cordes in French).