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Spectral Techniques and Fault Detection.

By: Karpovsky, Marg.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2012Copyright date: ©1985Description: 1 online resource (619 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780323144421.Subject(s): Fault-tolerant computing -- Congresses | Logic design -- Congresses | Signal processing -- Digital techniques -- Congresses | Spectral theory (Mathematics) -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Spectral Techniques and Fault DetectionDDC classification: 621.3815 LOC classification: TK7868.L6 -- S64 1985Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Spectral Techniques and Fault Detection -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- CONTRIBUTORS -- PREFACE -- CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION -- 1. Linearity -- 2. Translation of Arguments -- 3. Logical Convolution -- 4. PIancherel Theorem -- 5. Poisson Summation Theorem -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2. SYNTHESIS OF ENCODED PLAS -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. MATHEMATICAL BACKGROUND FOR ENCODED PLA ANALYSIS -- III. EXAMPLES OF ALGORITHM OPERATION -- IV. AN ALTERNATE SELECTION ALGORITHM -- V. RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS -- APPENDIX A: DERIVATION OF M IN TERMS OF AUTOCORRELATIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 3. SPECTRAL PROCESSING OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS USING SIGNAL-FLCW TRANSFORMATIONS -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. WHT OF DYADIC ORDERED DATA -- 3. SIMILARITY TRANSFORMATIONS UNDER THE WHT -- 4. EXAMPLES OF SPECTRAL PROCESSING -- 5. APPLICATIONS -- 6. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4. THE CHRESTENSON TRANSFORM IN PATTERN ANALYSIS -- I . SUMMARY -- II. DEFINITIONS -- III. PROPERTIES OF THE TWO SIDED CHRESTENSON SPECTRUM OF A PATTERN -- IV. COMPACT SPECTRA -- V. CLOSING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5. FILTERING IN A COMMUNICATION CHANNEL BY FOURIER TRANSFORMS OVER FINITE GROUPS -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. HARMONIC ANALYSIS OVER FINITE GROUPS -- III. OPTIMAL AND SUBOPTIMAL WIENER FILTERS -- IV. GROUP WIENER FILTERS -- V. COMPUTER EXPERIMENTS -- VI. REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6. 3D CELLULAR ARRAYS FOR PARALLEL/CASCADE IMAGE/SIGNAL PROCESSING -- I. Introduction -- II. Constant Geometry Algorithms for Generalized Spectral Analysis -- III. A Universal Processing Element for Parallel/Cascade Processing -- IV. A Model for Parallel/Cascade Processing Using the UPE -- V. Memory Configurations -- VI. Processors for 1D and 2D Signals -- VII. Array Topology -- VIII. Convolution and Correlation Using the Z Transform -- IX. Conclusions -- Acknowledgement -- References.
CHAPTER 7. UNIVERSAL TESTING OF COMPUTER HARDWARE -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. BASIC IDEAS OF UNIVERSAL TESTING AND APPLICATIONS TO COMBINATIONAL AND SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS -- III. ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF UNIVERSAL TESTING METHODS -- IV. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 8. SPECTRAL TECHNIQUES FOR FAULT DETECTION IN COMBINATIONAL LOGIC -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. NOTATION AND BACKGROUND -- III. SPECTRAL COEFFICIENT TESTABILITY -- IV. SYNDROME AND CONSTRAINED SYNDROME TESTING -- V. SPECTRAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CONSTRAINED SYNDROME TESTING -- VI. SPECTRAL COEFFICIENT SIGNATURES -- VII. PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC ARRAYS -- VIII. SEQUENTIAL NETWORKS AND TEST IMPLEMENTATION -- IX. MULTIPLE-OUTPUT NETWORKS -- X. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 9. SIGNATURE TECHNIQUES IN FAULT DETECTION AND LOCATION -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. FAULT DETECTION PROBLEM -- III. DISCUSSION OF THE DATA COMPACTION TECHNIQUES -- IV. LINEAR FEEDBACK SHIFT REGISTER AS SIGNATURE ANALYZER -- V. FAULT LOCATION PROBLEM -- VI. FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10. THE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH-SPEED LOGIC SYSTEMS WITH DISTRIBUTED ERROR CORRECTION -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. NOTATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND THE PARTIAL BOOLEAN DERIVATIVE -- III. THE CLUSTERED DESIGN METHOD -- IV. PROBABILITY OF ERROR ANALYSIS FOR SYSTEMS WITH INTERNAL NOISE -- V. REDUCING COMPLEXITY BY SHARING GATES -- VI. ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES -- VII. SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SPECTRAL TECHNIQUES -- INDEX.
Summary: Spectral Techniques and Fault Detection focuses on the spectral techniques for the analysis, testing, and design of digital devices. This book discusses the error detection and correction in digital devices. Organized into 10 chapters, this book starts with an overview of the concepts and tools to evaluate the applicability of various spectral approaches and fault-detection techniques to the design. This text then describes the class of generalized Programmable Logic Array configurations called Encoded PLAs. Other chapters consider the two-sided Chrestenson Transform to the analysis of some pattern properties. This book describes as well a certain type of cellular arrays for highly parallel processing, namely, three-dimensional arrays. The final chapter deals with the system design methods that allow and encourage designers to incorporate the necessary distributed error correction throughout any digital system. This book is a valuable resource for graduate students and engineers working in the fields of logic design, spectral techniques, testing, and self-testing of digital devices.
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Front Cover -- Spectral Techniques and Fault Detection -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- CONTRIBUTORS -- PREFACE -- CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION -- 1. Linearity -- 2. Translation of Arguments -- 3. Logical Convolution -- 4. PIancherel Theorem -- 5. Poisson Summation Theorem -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2. SYNTHESIS OF ENCODED PLAS -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. MATHEMATICAL BACKGROUND FOR ENCODED PLA ANALYSIS -- III. EXAMPLES OF ALGORITHM OPERATION -- IV. AN ALTERNATE SELECTION ALGORITHM -- V. RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS -- APPENDIX A: DERIVATION OF M IN TERMS OF AUTOCORRELATIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 3. SPECTRAL PROCESSING OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS USING SIGNAL-FLCW TRANSFORMATIONS -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. WHT OF DYADIC ORDERED DATA -- 3. SIMILARITY TRANSFORMATIONS UNDER THE WHT -- 4. EXAMPLES OF SPECTRAL PROCESSING -- 5. APPLICATIONS -- 6. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4. THE CHRESTENSON TRANSFORM IN PATTERN ANALYSIS -- I . SUMMARY -- II. DEFINITIONS -- III. PROPERTIES OF THE TWO SIDED CHRESTENSON SPECTRUM OF A PATTERN -- IV. COMPACT SPECTRA -- V. CLOSING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5. FILTERING IN A COMMUNICATION CHANNEL BY FOURIER TRANSFORMS OVER FINITE GROUPS -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. HARMONIC ANALYSIS OVER FINITE GROUPS -- III. OPTIMAL AND SUBOPTIMAL WIENER FILTERS -- IV. GROUP WIENER FILTERS -- V. COMPUTER EXPERIMENTS -- VI. REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6. 3D CELLULAR ARRAYS FOR PARALLEL/CASCADE IMAGE/SIGNAL PROCESSING -- I. Introduction -- II. Constant Geometry Algorithms for Generalized Spectral Analysis -- III. A Universal Processing Element for Parallel/Cascade Processing -- IV. A Model for Parallel/Cascade Processing Using the UPE -- V. Memory Configurations -- VI. Processors for 1D and 2D Signals -- VII. Array Topology -- VIII. Convolution and Correlation Using the Z Transform -- IX. Conclusions -- Acknowledgement -- References.

CHAPTER 7. UNIVERSAL TESTING OF COMPUTER HARDWARE -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. BASIC IDEAS OF UNIVERSAL TESTING AND APPLICATIONS TO COMBINATIONAL AND SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS -- III. ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF UNIVERSAL TESTING METHODS -- IV. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 8. SPECTRAL TECHNIQUES FOR FAULT DETECTION IN COMBINATIONAL LOGIC -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. NOTATION AND BACKGROUND -- III. SPECTRAL COEFFICIENT TESTABILITY -- IV. SYNDROME AND CONSTRAINED SYNDROME TESTING -- V. SPECTRAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CONSTRAINED SYNDROME TESTING -- VI. SPECTRAL COEFFICIENT SIGNATURES -- VII. PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC ARRAYS -- VIII. SEQUENTIAL NETWORKS AND TEST IMPLEMENTATION -- IX. MULTIPLE-OUTPUT NETWORKS -- X. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 9. SIGNATURE TECHNIQUES IN FAULT DETECTION AND LOCATION -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. FAULT DETECTION PROBLEM -- III. DISCUSSION OF THE DATA COMPACTION TECHNIQUES -- IV. LINEAR FEEDBACK SHIFT REGISTER AS SIGNATURE ANALYZER -- V. FAULT LOCATION PROBLEM -- VI. FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10. THE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH-SPEED LOGIC SYSTEMS WITH DISTRIBUTED ERROR CORRECTION -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. NOTATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND THE PARTIAL BOOLEAN DERIVATIVE -- III. THE CLUSTERED DESIGN METHOD -- IV. PROBABILITY OF ERROR ANALYSIS FOR SYSTEMS WITH INTERNAL NOISE -- V. REDUCING COMPLEXITY BY SHARING GATES -- VI. ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES -- VII. SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX: SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SPECTRAL TECHNIQUES -- INDEX.

Spectral Techniques and Fault Detection focuses on the spectral techniques for the analysis, testing, and design of digital devices. This book discusses the error detection and correction in digital devices. Organized into 10 chapters, this book starts with an overview of the concepts and tools to evaluate the applicability of various spectral approaches and fault-detection techniques to the design. This text then describes the class of generalized Programmable Logic Array configurations called Encoded PLAs. Other chapters consider the two-sided Chrestenson Transform to the analysis of some pattern properties. This book describes as well a certain type of cellular arrays for highly parallel processing, namely, three-dimensional arrays. The final chapter deals with the system design methods that allow and encourage designers to incorporate the necessary distributed error correction throughout any digital system. This book is a valuable resource for graduate students and engineers working in the fields of logic design, spectral techniques, testing, and self-testing of digital devices.

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