@inproceedings { yuejian_wu_fuzzy, title = {A fuzzy multiple signature compaction scheme for BIST}, journal = {Proceedings. First Asian Test Symposium (ATS '92) (Cat. No.TH0458-0)}, year = {1992}, pages = {247-52}, publisher = {IEEE Comput. Soc. Press}, organization = {IEEE Comput. Soc. Press}, type = {inproceedings}, address = {Hiroshima, Japan}, abstract = {Compared to single signature analysis, checking multiple signatures yields smaller aliasing, easier fault coverage computation, shorter average test-time, and increased fault diagnosability. In conventional multiple signature (CMS) schemes, for a CUT to be declared good, at each check point, the signature obtained must match a specific reference. This strict one-to-one correspondence makes the CMS scheme complex to implement and expensive in terms of silicon area. The authors propose a fuzzy multiple signature compaction scheme in which the requirement for the one-to-one correspondence is removed. In the FMS scheme, for a CUT to be declared good, it suffices that the signature obtained at each check point correspond to any of a set of references}, keywords = {built-in self test,fault location,fuzzy logic,logic testing,signal processing}, URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ATS.1992.224400}, author = { Wu, Yuejian and Ivanov, A.} }