Joseph, J (1978) Easily Diagnosable Sequential Machines. In: IEEE Transactions on Computers, 27 (2). 159-162 .Full text not available from this repository.
This correspondence throws some light into the area of easily diagnosable machines. Given the behavior of a sequential machine in terms of a state table it explores the possibilities of designing a structure, that facilitates easy diagnosis of faults. The objective is achieved through structural decomposition which has already claimed to produce simpler physical realization.
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