## On Analog Signature Analysis Franc Novak

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@MISC{Stefan_onanalog,

author = {Jožef Stefan and Bojan Hvala and I Klavžar},

title = {On Analog Signature Analysis Franc Novak},

year = {}

}

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### Abstract

We formalize the problem of analog data compression and analyze the existence of a polynomial data compression function. Under relaxed conditions we explore the existence of a solution employing digital signature analysis in the analog domain. 1

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Citation Context ...loy data compression techniques to reduce the need of memory resources. Rather they optimize the number of stored values by selecting only those corresponding to the selected significant measurements =-=[1]-=-. As technology advances, memory restrictions are getting less stringent, but the problem of managing large amount of measurement data in practice still remains. An open question is if it is possible ... |

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Citation Context ...rcuit during a complex functional test (e.g. built-in mixed signal circuit test, or digital/analog core test in MCM applications). The approaches to the analog signature analysis proposed so far [3], =-=[5]-=-, [6], diverge in methodology and application domain. In practice they have not converged to a widely accepted solution as it is the case with digital signature analysis technique. One of possible rea... |

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Citation Context ...data compression function which does not 100% satisfy condition (1) but gives still acceptable results in practice. 3 Possible directions toward practical solutions One possible approach, employed in =-=[7]-=-, is to divide the amplitude range of the response into 2 m quantisation bands, denoted by the corresponding m- bit binary numbers. The response of a circuitunder-test can be represented by a bit stre... |

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Citation Context ...he circuit during a complex functional test (e.g. built-in mixed signal circuit test, or digital/analog core test in MCM applications). The approaches to the analog signature analysis proposed so far =-=[3]-=-, [5], [6], diverge in methodology and application domain. In practice they have not converged to a widely accepted solution as it is the case with digital signature analysis technique. One of possibl... |

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Citation Context ...uch functions we have: Theorem 2.1 For any Y 2 IR n ,n 2, there is no Y-compatible polynomial function f : IR n ! IR k , 1 k < n. Proof. We will give only a sketch of the proof, which can be found in =-=[4]-=-. For m < n let Ym = (ym;ym+1;:::;yn)and let S = fZ 2 IR n,1 ; Z < Y2g. Suppose on the contrary that f : IR n ! IR k is Ycompatible, f =(f1;f2;:::; fk). Then it is not difficult to show that at least ... |

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Signature analysis for analog test response compaction
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Citation Context ... during a complex functional test (e.g. built-in mixed signal circuit test, or digital/analog core test in MCM applications). The approaches to the analog signature analysis proposed so far [3], [5], =-=[6]-=-, diverge in methodology and application domain. In practice they have not converged to a widely accepted solution as it is the case with digital signature analysis technique. One of possible reasons ... |

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