Tomas I. Magnusson

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This paper investigates the degradation in diagnosabi-lity of bridging faults caused by situations of active feedback and logically unresolvable intermediate values under different fault modeling assumptions. The experimental results show that active feedback may reduce the fault coverage by as much as 7% for stuck-at test sets and realistic bridging fault(More)
Occlusal variables and clinical signs of functional disturbances of the masticatory system were studied with respect to intra- and inter-observer differences in 11-year-old children and adults. Inter-observer differences were present in all registrations made. They were relatively small when measuring the movement capacity of the mandible but large when(More)
The aims of the present study were to investigate if there are differences concerning preferred body posture during sleep between 100 patients, 66 women and 34 men, mean age: 49 years (range: 20-85 years) referred to a specialist clinic because of TMD and 100 matched controls from a public dental clinic. The participants were asked to answer a questionnaire(More)
This paper presents an efficient scheme to improve the test generation of voltage testing under the competing bridge fault model. A procedure is presented that extracts test generation objectives from switch-level networks, which will maximize the likelihood of detecting a bridging fault that is undetectable by a stuck-at test set. The effects of both(More)
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