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Integrated circuits are increasingly designed by embedding pre-designed reusable cores. IEEE P1500 Standard for Embedded Core Test (SECT) is a standard-under-development that aims at improving ease of reuse and facilitating interoperability with respect to the test of such core-based ICs, especially if they contain cores from different sources. This paper(More)
A PCR-restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) procedure capable of rapidly identifying 28 species of clinically encountered mycobacteria was evaluated for use in the routine identification of acid-fast isolates growing in BACTEC 12B and 13A liquid media. PCR-RFLP identified 100 of 103 acid-fast isolates recovered from 610 patient specimens(More)
As part of an industry wide effort IEEE is in the process of standardizing the elements of test technology such that plug & play can be achieved when testing SoC designs. This standard under development is a language namely, Core Test Language (CTL), which is introduced in this paper. CTL describes all necessary information for test pattern reuse and the(More)
We investigated the utility of 500-bp 16S rRNA gene sequencing for identifying clinically significant species of aerobic actinomycetes. A total of 28 reference strains and 71 clinical isolates that included members of the genera Streptomyces, Gordonia, and Tsukamurella and 10 taxa of Nocardia were studied. Methods of nonsequencing analyses included growth(More)
Much of the historical and current summarization literature has been technology-centered with the questions posed and answered having implications for technology development. Though commercial summarization products have appeared in the market place and developers continue to explore new summarization areas, few papers have been user-centered, examining(More)
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