How diagnostic coverage improves safety in programmable electronic systems

W.M. Goble, J.V. Bukowski, A.C. Brombacher

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    Abstract

    Programmable Electronic Systems (PES) are a potentially good solution for safety protection applications. But a PES must utilize special circuits and special architectures to reduce the chances of failing dangerously. There are several critical design parameters to measure the effectiveness of these systems. Diagnostic `Coverage Factor' is one of these parameters that affects all architectures. This paper explains the tools used to measure and verify the diagnostic capability of a PES
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationISA/96 international conference, exhibition & training program : presented at McCormick Place Exposition Center, Chicago, Illinois, October 6-11, 1996. Part 2
    Place of PublicationResearch Triangle Park, NC, USA
    PublisherInstrument Society of America
    Pages1029-1036
    ISBN (Print)1-556-17599-X
    Publication statusPublished - 1996

    Publication series

    NameAdvances in instrumentation and control
    Volume51-2

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