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ABSTRACT
Strongly language-disjoint (SLD) checkers are to sequential systems what strongly code-disjoint checkers are to combinatorial systems. SLD checkers are the largest class of checkers with which a functional system can achieve the totally self-checking goal. Self-checking sequential systems are first addressed, and formal definitions of SLD checkers are given. The design of SLD checkers based on
INDEX TERMS
strongly language disjoint checkers; sequential systems; totally self-checking; fault location; logic testing.
CITATION

B. Courtois and I. Jansch, "Definition and Design of Strongly Language Disjoint Checkers," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 37, no. , pp. 745-748, 1988.
doi:10.1109/12.2215
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