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Defect oriented test development based on inductive fault analysis

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Publication date22/06/1995
Number of pages10
Pages2-11
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceIEEE International Mixed Signal Test Workshop
CountryFrance
CityVilard de Larns
Period20/06/9522/06/95

Abstract

This paper describes a method of developing a Defect Oriented Test (DOT) strategy by using Inductive Fault Analysis (IFA) and layout dependent fault models extracted from process defect statistics. The results of a quantitative prediction of the effectiveness of several test strategies, such as functional, IDDQ, and a low voltage power supply method, on a current-mode Digital to Analogue Converter are discussed and show that no single test method is superior.