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Fault-sensitivity and wear-out analysis of VLSI sensitivity
by Coordinated Science Laboratory, College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Urbana, IL], [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Fault sensitivity and wear out analysis of VLSI sensitivity.|
|Statement||Gwan Seung Choi.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-196474., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-196474.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
The sensitivity analysis methodology has been implemented on sample HV feeders in Birmingham’s CBD. The model parameters are varied within defined ranges and the sensitivity of the calculated fault levels (Making and Breaking) is calculated for each model parameter input to the ER G74 fault level calculation process. The design sensitivity analysis (DSA) capability provides the derivatives of certain output variables with respect to specified design derivatives are commonly referred to as sensitivities, because they provide a first-order measure of how sensitive the output variable is to a change in the design output variables for which sensitivities are computed are called.
Knowledge of the circuit sensitivity can be used as a basis for comparing different electric circuits. It helps the circuit designer in selecting the proper circuit for a specified application. 3. The effect of the manufacturing tolerance inherent in circuit elements can be investigated by sensitivity analysis. The notion of circuit sensitivity. Fault model.4 Why Model Faults? • Fault model identifies target faults – Model faults most likely to occur • Fault model limits the scope of test generation – Create tests only for the modeled faults • Fault model makes effectiveness measurable by experiments – Fault coverage can be computed for specific test patterns to reflect its effectiveness • Fault model makes analysis File Size: KB.
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Analysis of VLSI systems for reliability and fault sensitivity at the design stage is an essential step in avoiding the high cost of redesign and modification after the finalized design is.
Title: Fault sensitivity and wear-out analysis of VLSI systems: Author(s): Choi, Gwan Seung: Doctoral Committee Chair(s): Iyer, Ravishankar K. Department / Program:Cited by: 1.
This thesis describes simulation approaches to conduct fault sensitivity and wear-out failure analysis of VLSI systems. A fault-injection approach to study transient impact in VLSI systems is developed. Analysis of VLSI systems for reliability and fault sensitivity at the design stage is an essential step in avoiding the high cost of redesign and modification I Cited by: 1.
Fault Sensitivity Analysis This paperproposesa new fault-basedattack called FaultSensitivity Analysis (FSA) attack. We notice that in the process of fault injection, there are other types of information that are available to attackers, which we call fault sensitiv-ity.
The fault sensitivity is a condition where the faulty output begins to Cited by: Fault sensitivity means the critical condition when a faulty output begins to exhibit some detectable characteristics,e.g., the clock frequency when fault operation begins to occur. We explain that the fault sensitivity exhibits sensitive-data dependency and can be used to retrieve the secret key.
chosen for the fault sensitivity analysis. Following are the steps involved in the fault sensitivity analysis of an ADC: (i) Calculate weights of the nodes (w i). (ii) Perform transient fault simulations on all nodes. (iii) Based on the design objectives, use equation (6) or (8) to calculate the sensitivity of the constituent blocks.
• The fault can be at an input or output of a gate • Example: NAND gate has 3 fault sites () and 6 single stuck-at faults a b 1 1 z 1 (0) 1 Test vector for a s-a-0 fault Faulty circuit value Good circuit value s-a-0File Size: KB. sensitivity analysis tool that is used by engineers and scientists in analyzing the sensitivity of an electric circuit .
In this note, we are restricted to memoryless circuits, i.e. circuits that do not store any information at all, e.g. voltage and current.
The basic analysis technique used in this note is ratherFile Size: KB. introductory book, we will concentrate on this form of sensitivity analysis.
Practical One final observation on the state of the art in sensitivity analysis: you are typically limited to analyzing the impact of changing only one coefficient at a time.
There are a few accepted techniques for changing several coefficients at once: the %. Reliability of systems used in space, avionic, and biomedical applications is highly critical. Such systems consist of an analog front-end to collect data,Cited by: Get this from a library.
Fault-sensitivity and wear-out analysis of VLSI sensitivity. [Gwan Seung Choi; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Fault sensitivity analysis (FSA), as a new type of fault attacks, has been proved a serious threat to the security of cryptographic circuits.
For sensitivity analysis to proceed, the design model, the analysis requirements, the design variables, and the functions for which the gradients are to be found have to be specified by you. The existing design sensitivity analysis capability in can be applied in one of two ways: 1.
Techniques for transient fault sensitivity analysis and reduction in VLSI circuits Abstract: Transient faults in VLSI circuits could lead to disastrous consequences. With technology scaling, circuits are becoming increasingly vulnerable to transient faults.
F EECS Digital Testing 5 Common Fault Models Single stuckSingle stuckat faultsat faults Transistor open and short faults Memory faults PLA faults (stuckPLA faults (stuckat, crossat, crossat, crosspoint, bridging)point, bridging) Functional faults (processors) Delay faults (transition, path) Analog faults For more examples, see Section (p.
60For more examples, see Section File Size: KB. With technology scaling, circuits are becoming increasingly vulnerable to transient faults. This papers presents an accurate and efficient method to estimate the fault-sensitivity of VLSI circuits.
Practical Problems in VLSI Physical Design Automation contains problems and solutions related to various well-known algorithms used in VLSI physical design automation. Lim believes that the best way to learn new algorithms is to walk through a small example by hand.
This knowledge will greatly help understand, analyze, and improve some of the well-known algorithms. The principles of sensitivity analysis are carefully described and suitable methods for approaching many types of problems are given.
The book introduces the modeller to the entire casual assessment chain, from data to predictions, whilst explaining the impact of 5/5(1). sensitivity auditing, a new discipline that tests the entire inferential chain including model development, implicit assumptions and normative issues, and which is recom-mended when the inference provided by the model needs to feed into a regulatory or policy process.
For the \Sensitivity Analysis" chapter, in addition to this introduction,File Size: KB. sensitivity analysis of analog VLSI circuit and simulation are done with the help of MATLAB tool.
Key words: Tolerance, Quality factor, Natural frequency, RLC filter circuit, Integrator circuit, Sallen-key filter Cite this Article: BaldevRaj, G.M. Bhat and Sandeep Thakur, Tolerance Analysis of Analog VLSI Circuits using Sensitivity.
File Size: KB.In that sense, this book is the best x DELAY FAULT TESTING FOR VLSI CIRCUITS available guide for an engineer designing or testing VLSI systems. Tech niques for path delay testing and for use of slower test equipment to test high-speed circuits are of particular interest.Maheshwari, A; Koren, I; and Burleson, W, "Techniques for transient fault sensitivity analysis and reduction in VLSI circuits" ().
18TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DEFECT AND FAULT TOLERANCE IN VLSI SYSTEMS, PROCEEDINGS. /DFTVSCited by: