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Assessing Fault Model and Test Quality
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Assessing Fault Model and Test Quality (Hardback)

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For many years, the dominant fault model in automatic test pattern gen- eration (ATPG) for digital integrated circuits has been the stuck-at fault model. The static nature of stuck-at fault testing when compared to the extremely dynamic nature of integrated circuit (IC) technology has caused many to question whether or not stuck-at fault based testing is still viable. Attempts at answering this question have not been wholly satisfying due to a lack of true quantification, statistical significance, and/or high computational expense. In this monograph we introduce a methodology to address the ques- tion in a manner which circumvents the drawbacks of previous approaches. The method is based on symbolic Boolean functional analyses using Or- dered Binary Decision Diagrams (OBDDs). OBDDs have been conjectured to be an attractive representation form for Boolean functions, although cases ex- ist for which their complexity is guaranteed to grow exponentially with input cardinality. Classes of Boolean functions which exploit the efficiencies inherent in OBDDs to a very great extent are examined in Chapter 7. Exact equa- tions giving their OBDD sizes are derived, whereas until very recently only size bounds have been available. These size equations suggest that straight- forward applications of OBDDs to design and test related problems may not prove as fruitful as was once thought.

Computing & ITComputer science Publisher: Springer Publication Date: 31/10/1991 ISBN-13: 9780792392224  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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