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  • Author:
    Tiko Kameda,Slawomir Pilarski
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    0818665327
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    IEEE Computer Society (July 1, 1995)
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    95 pages
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oceedings{Pilarski1995APA, title {A probabilistic analysis of test response compaction}, author {Slawomir Pilarski and Tiko Kameda}, year {1995} }. Slawomir Pilarski, Tiko Kameda. From the Publisher: This book addresses fundamental results on aliasing, analyzes counter-based schemes, and focuses on aliasing in linear compactors.

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Synthesizes recent findings on the chance of missing a faulty circuit when the data from testing microelectronic systems is compacted to be more manageable, a situation known as aliasing. Considers single and multiple stuck-at, delay, and stuck-open faults. Also reviews the testing of VLSI, introduces some common linear compactors, presents two definitions of aliasing probability, and discusses probabilistic fault models and their practical validity. No index. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.