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We present a technique for making a circuit ready for logic built-in self test by masking unknown values at its outputs. In order to keep the silicon area cost low, some known bits in output responses are also allowed to be masked. These bits are selected based on a stuck-at -detection based metric, such that the impact of masking on the defect coverage is(More)
Change in temperature is often a major environmental factor in triggering waterborne disease outbreaks. Previous research has revealed temporal and spatial patterns of bacterial population in several aquatic ecosystems. To date, very little information is available on aquaculture environment. Here, we assessed environmental temperature effects on bacterial(More)
For the first time, we study the coverage of non-target defects for Deterministic Logic BIST (DLBIST) architecture. We consider several DLBIST implementation options that result in test sequences of different lengths. Resistive bridging faults are used as a surrogate of non-target defects. Experimental data obtained for largest ISCAS benchmarks suggests(More)
Increasing industrialization and use of antimicrobial agents in aquaculture production, have led to heavy metals and multidrug resistant (MDR) pathogens becoming serious problems. These resistances are conferred in two ways: intrinsic and transfer via conjugation, or transformation by the major transmission mediators. Integrative and conjugative elements(More)
Nowadays design paradigms of highly complex and integrated Systems-on-a-Chip (SoC) are based on the assembling of predesigned cores and components (Intellectual Property, IP cores). That way, test and development cycles —and finally the time-to-market— can be reduced. To have the manyfold components interoperate with each other in order to get the desired(More)
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