Fault diagnosis of digital circuits

Fault diagnosis of digital circuits

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The continual explosion of computer development has led to inadequate coverage of proper a useful on-line testing techniques. This text fills the gap in the literature by presenting the latest techniques available for digital devices used in the most popular computers. Initial chapters explore the classic problems of on-line testing, pointing out the limited applications of conventional approaches to the problem of diagnosing digital devices using LSI a VLSI chips. Chapters 4-7 cover compact testing methods used to diagnose complex digital circuits. Chapters 8 a 9 analyze the techniques of compressing output responses of a digital circuit, while chapter 10 surveys promising recent signature generation techniques for binary sequences. The final chapter covers multi-output digital circuits.Examples of a short-circuit fault (a) between output line and inputs x, and x2 for X! = x2 = x3 = 1 and x4 = 0 and (b) ... circuit defect that causes a dummy a€cA combinational circuit is said to be non-redundant if, when good, it is defined by a anbsp;...

Title:Fault diagnosis of digital circuits
Author: Viacheslav Nikolaevich I͡A︡rmolik
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 1990

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