European test symposium; proceedings.9780769531502
European test symposium; proceedings.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. European Test Symposium (13th: 2008: Verbania, Italy)
Computer Society Press
A May 2008 symposium discussed trends, emerging results, hot topics, and practical applications in the area of electronic-based circuit and systems testing. Papers from the symposium are presented here, in sections on testing and monitoring for high-quality requirements, SoC infrastructure and testing, advances in RF testing, safe test generation and design validation, memory test, industrial applications, simulation and test generation of delay faults, on-chip resources for mixed-signal devices, solutions for yield enhancement, on-line checking, and soft error mitigation MITIGATION. To make less rigorous or penal.
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