Wilson Javier Perez Holguin

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Software-based self-testing strategies have been mainly proposed to tackle microprocessor testing, but may also be applied to peripheral testing. However, testing system peripherals (e.g., DMA controllers, interrupt controllers, and internal counters) is a challenging task, since their observability and controllability are even more reduced when compared to(More)
Today's SoCs are composed of a wide variety of modules, such as microprocessor cores, memories, peripherals, and customized blocks directly related to the targeted application. To effectively perform simulation-based design verification of peripheral cores embedded in a SoC, it is necessary to stimulate the devices in a broad range of behavior(More)
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