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Title: Annual Review Meeting


1
REASON (IST-2000-30193)First Annual
ReportWorkpackage 03
Raimund Ubar Tallinn Technical University raiub_at_pl
d.ttu.ee
2
Goals
  • WP3 is devoted to
  • training in design for testability of SoC, and
  • developing research skills and creativity
  • by
  • development of
  • Courses (Task 3.1),
  • Tools (Task 3,2),
  • laboratory research scenarios (Task 3.3), and
  • dissemination of new methods and tools in
    tutorials, workshops and seminars (Task 3.4)

3
Participants
Efforts Task1 Task2 Task3 Task4
  • WP leader CR3 TTU (Estonia) 17,4
  • CO1 WUT (Poland) 0.2
  • CR4 VSTU (Russia) 1.1
  • CR6 FEI STU (Slovakia) 0.2
  • CR8 TUI (Germany) 2.0
  • CR12 TUE (Netherlands) 0
  • CR13 IISAS (Slovakia) 4.3
  • CR14 TUS (Bulgaria) 3.8
  • CR15 LPU (Ukraine)
  • CR17 TULC (Czech Republik) 4.8
  • CR18 KTU (Lithuania) 8.0
  • CR19 BSU (Belarus) 4.4

4
New Courses in 2002
International events (3)
Action 2 in 2003 will be repeated in Germany,
Estonia and twice in Sweden Actions 4,5 in 2003
will be repeated in Ukraine (twice), Czech Rep.
and Slovakia
5
New Courses in 2002
Local events (6)
6
Tool development in 2003
7
Tool development in 2003
8
Goals Revisited
  • Design and Test of SOC complexity, multiplicity
    of concepts, methods, algorithms and tools
  • It is crucial
  • to develop in students and engineers creativity,
    skills of critical thinking, problem solving and
    decision making,
  • to give them experience of developing new
    knowledge through experimental or theoretical
    research in labs
  • To support this goal, a new conception of
    teaching research will be developed and shared
    between partners

9
Goals Revisited
  • To find solutions for problems - will be the task
    of the laboratory research
  • The students should not be asked
  • to carry out boring measurements,
  • to press simply on buttons for getting results
    as a confirmation of what they already know
  • Instead,
  • they have at their disposal a set of tools,
  • they have to plan and carry out experiments to
    find answers for questions and complex problems

10
Rethinking the Task 3.2
  • Task 3.1. Courses
  • Task 3.2. Teaching, training and research
    environment
  • Internet based living pictures for training
    (WP8)
  • Education applets
  • Learning (training) applets
  • Tool development for SW based research (WP3)
  • Interfaces for joint use of tools
  • Educhip for HW based research (WP9)
  • Task 3.3. Research scenarios
  • Task 3.4. Dissemination (tutorials, workshops,
    courses)

11
Cooperation in Tool Development
  • Defect-Oriented Test
  • TTU Defect-oriented ATPG and Fault Simulator
  • IISAS Genetic algorithms based defect-oriented
    ATPG
  • LPU/WUT Cell-oriented Defect/Fault Analysis
  • BIST
  • TTU BIST Quality Analysis
  • TULC Tools for test generation and BIST
  • TTU Hybrid BIST Cost Optimization
  • High-Level ATPG
  • TTU Hierarchical ATPG
  • KTU Test Generation for testing algorithms
  • Other new tools
  • BSU Test Generation and Analysis for Functional
    Switching
  • TTU Tools for Fault/Design Error Diagnosis
  • VSTU Test and Diagnosis of Analog Circuits

12
Lab Research Env. - 1
Diagnostic software Turbo-Tester
Methods Single fault Parallel Deductive
Fault models Stuck-at-faults Stuck-opens Delay
faults
Methods Deterministic Random Genetic
Levels Gate Macro
Test Generation
Fault Simulation
Fault Location
Design
Test
BIST Simulation
Methods BILBO CSTP Store/Generate
Fault Table
Fault Diagnosis
Test Optimization
13
Lab Research Env. - 2
Defect TPG
Stored test patterns
Delay TPG
CSTP
SAF TPG
RTPG
Pseudo random test patterns
Manual patterns
SA
FSim
Fault Table
Working modes BILBO CSTP Store
Generate Functional BIST Broadcasting BIST
ADDER
FB
DEFSIM
14
Example Research Scenario
Hybrid BIST
  • Combining
  • on-line generated pseudo-random patterns
  • with pre-generated and stored test patterns
  • Problems
  • To find the best characteristics for test
    generator (PRPG)
  • To find the best level of mixing pseudo-random
    test and stored test as the tradeoff between
    memory cost and testing time

SoC
ROM
. . .
Core
Test Generator
.
CORE UNDER TEST
Controller
Response Analyzer
15
Cooperation in Research Teaching
  • Existing cooperation
  • Defect-Oriented Test IISAS, TTU, WUT, (LPU)
  • Logic Level Test TTU, TUI (Internet based)
  • Hierarchical Test TTU, TUI (Internet based)
  • EduCHIP based IISAS, TTU, TULC, WUT
  • Potential cooperation
  • BIST TULC, TTU
  • Boundary Scan IISAS, TTU, TUI, TULC (Internet
    based)
  • Other activities
  • TTU Fault/Design Error Diagnosis
  • TTU Hybrid BIST
  • VSTU Test and Diagnosis of Analog Circuits
  • BSU Genetic Algorithms for VLSI testing
  • KTU Testing of algorithms

16
New Courses in 2002
In progress (4)
17
Events planned for 2003
International events (9)
18
Events planned for 2003
Local events
19
Main achievemetns
  • Co-operation between partners with the goal to
    develop new courses and laboratory tools resulted
    in intensive joint research with several joint
    publications
  • For better coordination of the work in WP3, three
    WP3 meetings were organized in Brno, Tallinn and
    Bratislava
  • Two joint tutorials on Digital/Analog Test were
    carried out in Tallinn with involving the
    partners FEISTU, IISAS, TTU, TULC, VSTU, and WUT
  • Both had a great success, attended, by 25/34
    participants
  • The tutorials will be repeated in 2003 twice in
    Ukraine, in Czech Republik, Slovakia and partly
    also in Germany and twice in Sweden

20
Main achievemetns
  • To increase the synergy of the whole project,
    tight links were created between 3 WPs - WP3 and
  • WP8 - to create a basis for distance learning,
    and
  • WP9 - to improve the HW based experimental
    research teaching
  • Based on the intensive cooperation (IISAS, TTU,
    TULC, WUT) the conception of Task 3.2 of tool
    development was extended with the goal to develop
    an advanced research training environment
    involving
  • new low-cost tools,
  • advanced distance learning technologies and
  • educational HW based laboratory basis (using
    EduChip)
  • Based on this environment, new research training
    scenarios will be developed during the
    second/third project years

21
Main problems
  • Overlaps in proposed courses, tutorials and other
    events. This makes coordination of this WP more
    difficult
  • Partners are looking for ways of better
    coordination of the work
  • Examples
  • Action AGBOT to better motivate the cooperation
  • Developing jointly research training environment
    as the result of cooperation between WP3, WP8 and
    WP9
  • For joining efforts in developing new research
    scenarios based on this environment, new links
    and interfaces between partners tools should be
    created

22
Concluding Remarks
  • We have to look for more intensive cooperative
    activities, local actions are less important
  • Joint courses, tutorials
  • Joint tool environments
  • Joint research scenarios
  • Defect oriented test (WUT, IISAS, TTU)
  • Hybrid BIST (WUT, IISAS, TTU)
  • Design for testability (TTU, TULC), etc.
  • Joint materials AGBOT
  • The goal for 2003 Hands-on lab courses for
    partners with partner tools are the way to
    cooperation and to creation of joint research
    scenarios

23
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