The impact of test instrumentation with distributed processing capabilities on test program set (TPS) architecture and development

@article{Mcgoldrick2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of test instrumentation with distributed processing capabilities on test program set (TPS) architecture and development},
  author={Michael Mcgoldrick},
  journal={2011 IEEE AUTOTESTCON},
  year={2011},
  pages={321-327}
}
Modern digital interconnection methods have placed significant computational demands on computers controlling test systems, and adding dedicated computing resources for high performance digital test instrumentation to the test system can help meet these demands. This paper examines the impact of these additional computing resources on the design of a TPS, and proposes a software framework to assist developers in creating TPSs for multi-computer environments. 

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