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Nov. 11, 1964 to Nov. 13, 1964
pp: 121-132
A technique is presented for deriving the shortest sequence of input symbols which must be applied to a sequential machine to guarantee that no fault from a set {p} exists within the machine. Flow tables are used to describe the machine for which a test is desired as well as all defective machines into which it is transformed by the faults of {p}. The set of flow tables is combined into a single composite table from which the optimum test sequence is found. Use of a composite table has the advantage that all possible sequences of input symbols need not be investigated. A large class of sequences which cannot possibly lead to an optimum test is easily recognized and discarded.
J. F. Poage, E. J. McCluskey, "Derivation of optimum test sequencies for sequential machines", FOCS, 1964, 2013 IEEE 54th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, 2013 IEEE 54th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science 1964, pp. 121-132, doi:10.1109/SWCT.1964.7
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