Ramanatha, KS and Biswas, Nripendra N (1988) Design of crosspoint-irredundant PLAs using minimal number of control inputs. In: IEEE Transactions on Computers, 37 (9). pp. 1130-1134.
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The problem of determining a minimal number of control inputs for converting a programmable logic array (PLA) with undetectable faults to crosspoint-irredundant PLA for testing has been formulated as a nonstandard set covering problem. By representing subsets of sets as cubes, this problem has been reformulated as familiar problems. It is noted that this result has significance because a crosspoint-irredundant PLA can be converted to a completely testable PLA in a straightforward fashion, thus achieving very good fault coverage and easy testability.
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|Date Deposited:||07 Sep 2010 07:54|
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