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258 VLSI Test Principles and Architectures [Zhao 2001] J. Zhao, J. A. Newquist, and J. H. Patel, A graph traversal based framework for sequential logic implication with an application to C-cycle redundancy identification, in Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on VLSI Design , January 2001, pp. 163–169. R4.5—Designing a Sequential ATPG [Kirkland 1987] T. Kirkland and M. R. Mercer, A topological search algorithm for ATPG, in Proc. IEEE Design Automation Conf. , June 1987, pp. 502–508. [Muth 1976] P. Muth, A nine-valued circuit model for test generation, IEEE Trans. Comput. , C-25(6), 630–636, 1976. [Niermann 1991] T. M. Niermann and J. H. Patel, HITEC: a test generation package for sequential circuits, in Proc. European Design Automation Conf. , February 1991, pp. 214–218. [Wang 2003] L.-T. Wang, K.S. Abdel-Hafez, X. Wen, B. Sheu, and S.-M. Wang, Smart ATPG (Automatic Test Pattern Generation) for Scan-Based Integrated Circuits, U.S. Patent Application No. 20050262.409, May 23, 2003 (allowed May 2, 2006). R4.6—Untestable Fault Identification [Agrawal 1995] V. D. Agrawal and S. T. Chakradhar, Combinational ATPG theorems for
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  • Automatic test pattern generation, IEEE Trans, M. S. Hsiao, untestable fault identification, M. A. Iyer, Design Automation Conf.

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