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Analog Test Waveforms Analog Test Approaches Clock Gating Block 5.
Linearity Error and Maximal Static Error Diagnostic Test Pattern Generation 7. Frequency Response Measurement DC Parametric Testing Digital Circuit Testing 1. Issues Concerning the Fitness Function 4. Extended Interconnect Measurement Sine Wave Curve-Fit Test Test Access Tset and Bus Protocols Instruction Register and Instruction Set Current and Future Trends IEEE Standard High-Impedance State Z 3.
Nominal-Delay Event-Driven Simulation 3. Dynamic Logic Implications 4.
Introduction About this Chapter 1. Seeding the GA with Helpful Sequences 4. Ad Hoc Approach 2.
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Run-and-Scan Test Application 7. Exercises Acknowledgments References Tetability. Parametric Defects, Process Variations, and Yield Description This book is a comprehensive guide to new DFT methods that will show the readers how to design a testable and quality product, drive down test cost, improve product quality and yield, and speed up time-to-market and time-to-volume.
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Overall Chip-Level Diagnostic Flow 7. Untestable Fault Identification 4. Delay Faults and Crosstalk 1.
Concurrent Fault Simulation 3. Unknown State u 3. Test Set Compaction 4. Automatic Test Equipment 1.
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Maximal Output Amplitude Measurement Scan Design Rules 2. Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuit Testing 1. Intermodulation Distortion Measurement Delay Fault Models