The Weighted Syndrome Sums Approach to VLSI Testing

@article{Barzilai1981TheWS,
  title={The Weighted Syndrome Sums Approach to VLSI Testing},
  author={Zeev Barzilai and Jacob Savir and George Markowsky and Merlin G. Smith},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={1981},
  volume={C-30},
  pages={996-1000}
}
With the advent of VLSI, testing has become one of the most costly, complicated, and time consuming problems. The method of syndrome- testing is applicable toward VLSI testing since it does not require test generation and fault simulation. It can also be considered as a vehicle for self-testing. In order to employ syndrome-testing in VLSI, we electronically partition the chip into macros in test mode. The macros are then syndrome tested in sequence. 

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