ETW

Testability Analysis of Behavioral-Level VHDL Specifications

Erik Larsson Author homepage
 
Zebo Peng Author homepage

IEEE European Test Workshop , Barcelona, Spain, May 27-29, 1998.

ABSTRACT
A behavioral testability analysis technique is proposed for early prediction of testability by analyzing behavioral specifications written in VHDL. The technique extracts testability properties by an analysis of variable range, operation testability and statement reachability. It predicts the testability for the whole design with a low computational cost. Experimental results show that the behavior al testability analysis technique predicts the hard-to-test parts accurately and efficiently, and can be used to guide partial scan selection.


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[LP98] Erik Larsson, Zebo Peng, "Testability Analysis of Behavioral-Level VHDL Specifications", IEEE European Test Workshop , Barcelona, Spain, May 27-29, 1998.
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