Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

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Selected Problems of Digital Systems Testing

TCD Acad. year 2007/2008 Summer semester

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In the course, the problems of modern diagnostics and the way in which they are implemented into the design of digital systems will be presented. The topics of system diagnostics which can be used in the design of multiprocessor systems will be discussed.  The field of fault tolerant systems design together with the ideas how FPGA dynamic reconfiguration can be used in this area will be presented. The principles of implementing diagnostic principles for nanotechnologies will be also mentioned. The area of SoC testing will be discussed.     

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Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Examination (written+oral)

Time span

39 hrs lectures

Assessment points

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Lecturer

Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

The ability to implement the knowledge from the area of diagnostics in the design of electronic systems.

Learning objectives

To gain a knowledge from the area of applying diagnostic principles in the design of modern electronic systems.

Fundamental literature

  • Erik Larsson: Introduction to Advanced System-on-Chip Test Design and Optimization, Springer, 2005, 388 pages, ISBN 10 1-4020-3207-2
  • Michael L. Bushnell, Vishwani D. Agrawal: Essentials of Electronic Testing for Digital, Memory and Mixed-Signal VLSI Circuits, Springer, 690 pages, ISBN 0-7923-7991-8
  • Ondřej Novák, Elena Gramatová, Raimund Ubar and collective: Handbook of Testing Electronic Systems, Czech Technical University Publishing House, 2005, 395 pages, ISBN 80-01-03318-X

Syllabus of lectures

  1. The development of testing methods, the context with technology.
  2. Basic principles of digital systems testing, SCAN and BIST methods.
  3. Multiprocessor systems testing.
  4. Design of fault-tolerant systems.
  5. On-line and off-line testing in fault-tolerant system design.
  6. FPGA dynamic reconfiguration in fault-tolerant systems design.
  7. SoC testing methods.
  8. NoC testing methods.
  9. Embedded systems testing, low-power testing.
  10. Delay faults testing.  
  11. Analog and mixed systems testing.
  12. Methods based on IDDQ testing.
  13. Diagnostic principles in nanotechnologies.

Progress assessment

Discussions on seminars for PhD students, written report.  

Controlled instruction

Texts of lectures.

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