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Random Adjacent Sequences: An Efficient Solution for Logic BIST

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Random Adjacent Sequences: An Efficient Solution for Logic BIST
: High defect coverage requires good coverage of different fault types. In this paper, we present a comprehensive test vector generation technique for BIST, called Random Single Input Change (RSIC) generation, that can be used to generate tests for many arbitrary misbehaviors that can occur in digital systems, thus providing a single on-chip test generation solution. By proving the effectiveness of universal test sequences produced by such a generation technique in detecting stuck-at, path delay and bridging faults, we demonstrate that using RSIC generation is one of the best and most practical way to reach a high level of defect coverage during BIST of digital circuits. Key words: BIST, Stuck-at Fault, Bridging Fault, Delay Fault, Universal Sequence.
René David, Patrick Girard, Christian Landr
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where IFIP
Authors René David, Patrick Girard, Christian Landrault, Serge Pravossoudovitch, Arnaud Virazel
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