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Test synthesis: an innovative approach to analog and system testability analysis using state dependent flow diagrams

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Wegener, S.A. ; Adv. Studies Group, McDonnell Douglas Corp., St. Louis, MO, USA

The largest single effort associated with a testability analysis is the creation or modeling of tests. This paper presents a methodology, referred to as Test Synthesis, that automates the process of creating a set of tests that are suitable for performing a testability analysis and developing an initial test strategy. In the context of this paper, a test is defined as: "The acquisition or definition of data that leads to the detection of one or more faults". Test Synthesis combines topological data with testability models to create a comprehensive set of tests with minimal user input.

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AUTOTESTCON '95. Systems Readiness: Test Technology for the 21st Century. Conference Record

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8-10 Aug. 1995

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