On Removing Redundancy in Sequential Circuits

@inproceedings{Cheng1991OnRR,
  title={On Removing Redundancy in Sequential Circuits},
  author={Kwang-Ting Cheng},
  booktitle={DAC},
  year={1991}
}
ABSTKACT A procedure of removing redundancy in large sequential circuits is proposed. In this procedure, no global reset state is required and no state transition information is needed. A definition of sequential redundancy is first given. We show that if a fault is pdentidy undetectubfe (undetectable), it is sequentially redundant. An aigorithm of identifying p-undetectable faults is then described. For large circuits, we propose a practical procedure to identify a subset, tailed feedback-free… CONTINUE READING
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