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    ATPG Test Coverage for stuck@ and @speed

    Hi all,
    Why the test coverage is more for "stuck-at" as compared to "at-speed or transition pattern" in ATPG? and which type of fault is not covered in transition that will cover in stuck-at?

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    Re: ATPG Test Coverage for stuck@ and @speed

    because stuck at is a convenient fault model, relatively easy to cover. it is purely functional, no speed dependency.
    Really, I am not Sam.



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    Re: ATPG Test Coverage for stuck@ and @speed

    Quote Originally Posted by ThisIsNotSam View Post
    because stuck at is a convenient fault model, relatively easy to cover. it is purely functional, no speed dependency.
    Yeah surely, in stuck at as per it's name no speed dependency but in terms of fault covering which type of faults it will cover so coverage is more than transition.



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