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Diagnozer: A laboratory tool for teaching research in diagnosis of electronic systems

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5 Author(s)
Raimund Ubar ; Tallinn University of Technology ; Artur Jutman ; Jaan Raik ; Sergei Kostin
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In this work, we propose a multifunctional remote e-learning environment for teaching research by learning and investigating the problems of fault diagnosis in electronic systems. It is a collection of software tools which allow to simulate a system under diagnosis, emulate a pool of different methods and algorithms of fault location, analyze the efficiency of different embedded self-diagnosing architectures, and investigate the effect of real physical defects in electronic circuits. Hands-on experiments target research teaching issues. The interactive character of the environment makes the experiments attractive and helps to raise the students' curiosity for finding innovative procedures for debugging digital systems.

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Microelectronic Systems Education, 2009. MSE '09. IEEE International Conference on

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25-27 July 2009