Analysis of Glitch Reconvergence in Combinational Logic SER Estimation

  title={Analysis of Glitch Reconvergence in Combinational Logic SER Estimation},
  author={Biwei Liu and Shuming Chen and Hu Xiao},
  journal={2008 Second Asia International Conference on Modelling & Simulation (AMS)},
Much effort has been made to estimate SER (Soft error rate) in combinational logic. However, little of them involve glitch reconvergence. In this paper, we discuss how to estimate SER in combinational logic when considering reconvergence. We present Boolean difference expressions for the sensitization condition of six reconvergence categories so that symbolic technique can be used to compute logical masking of reconvergence. We develop an equivalent glitch method so that STA (Static Timing… CONTINUE READING


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