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The theory, design and application of Control Systems. It shall encompass components, and the integration of these components, as are necessary for the construction of such systems. The word `systems' as used herein shall be interpreted to include physical, biological, organizational and other entities and combinations thereof, which can be represented through a mathematical symbolism. The Field of Interest: shall ...
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2007 9th European Conference on Radiation and Its Effects on Components and Systems, 2007
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2005
Angular dependence of proton-induced Multiple-Bit Upsets (MBUs) in a synchronous SRAM is reported. Experiments showed that the cross section of MBU depended on proton energy, incident direction, and physical arrangement of sensitive transistors in adjacent cells. Also analysis clarified that there was a special condition which MBU could be caused by a mechanism of Single- Event Upsets (SEUs), not by ...
2007 9th European Conference on Radiation and Its Effects on Components and Systems, 2007
2004 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium. Proceedings, 2004
This paper presents an efficient and accurate numerical analysis technique to simulate single event upsets (SEUs) in logic circuits. Experimental results that show the method is accurate to within 10% of the results obtained using SPICE are provided. The proposed method is used to study the ability of a CMOS gate to tolerate SEUs as a function of injected charge ...
2009 4th International Conference on Design & Technology of Integrated Systems in Nanoscal Era, 2009
Evaluating the potential functional effects of soft errors (single or multiple bit-flips) in digital circuits becomes a critical design constraint. The usual approaches, based on fault injection techniques, suffer several limitations. New approaches, better suited to large circuits with complex workloads, are therefore suitable. An innovative approach was recently proposed, based on probabilistic testability analysis. This paper compares the presented ...
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Angular dependence of proton-induced Multiple-Bit Upsets (MBUs) in a synchronous SRAM is reported. Experiments showed that the cross section of MBU depended on proton energy, incident direction, and physical arrangement of sensitive transistors in adjacent cells. Also analysis clarified that there was a special condition which MBU could be caused by a mechanism of Single- Event Upsets (SEUs), not by that of MBUs.
This paper presents an efficient and accurate numerical analysis technique to simulate single event upsets (SEUs) in logic circuits. Experimental results that show the method is accurate to within 10% of the results obtained using SPICE are provided. The proposed method is used to study the ability of a CMOS gate to tolerate SEUs as a function of injected charge and transistor sizing (aspect ratio W/L). A novel radiation hardening technique to calculate the minimum transistor size required to make a CMOS gate immune to SEUs is also presented. The results agree well with SPICE simulations, while allowing for very fast analysis. The technique can be easily integrated into design automation tools to harden sensitive portions of logic circuits.
Evaluating the potential functional effects of soft errors (single or multiple bit-flips) in digital circuits becomes a critical design constraint. The usual approaches, based on fault injection techniques, suffer several limitations. New approaches, better suited to large circuits with complex workloads, are therefore suitable. An innovative approach was recently proposed, based on probabilistic testability analysis. This paper compares the presented results with results obtained from extensive fault injection campaigns.
The systematic recording of single event upsets on TDRS-1 from 1984 to 1990 allows correlations to be drawn between those upsets and the space environment. Ground based neutron monitor data are used to illustrate the long-term relationship between galactic cosmic rays and TDRS-1 upsets. The short-term effects of energetic solar particles are illustrated with space environment data from GOES-7.<<ETX>>
Spare columns are often included in memories for the purpose of allowing for repair in the presence of defective cells or bit lines. In many cases, the repair process will not use all spare columns. This paper proposes an extremely low cost method to exploit these unused spare columns to improve the reliability of the memory by enhancing its existing error correcting code (ECC). Memories are generally protected with single-error-correcting, double- error-detecting (SEC-DED) codes using the minimum number of check bits. In the proposed method, unused spare columns are exploited to store additional check bits which can be used to reduce the miscorrection probability for triple errors in SEC-DED codes or non-adjacent double errors in single adjacent error correcting codes (SEC-DAEC) codes.
This work investigates the charge collection mechanisms occurring in heavy ion irradiated metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) devices. The parasitic bipolar effect, inherent to the structure of SOI transistors, is shown to exist in bulk NMOS transistors as well. We experimentally show that the drain junction of an OFF-state bulk MOS transistor collects more charge than an identical junction isolated from neighboring elements. In other words, the proximity of the source junction and the triggering of the bipolar-like structure are responsible of charge amplification. A higher current peak on the drain is observed, and this enhancement effect is high enough to invalidate usual charge collection models based only on funnel and diffusion transport. Thus, the proximity of other junctions has to be considered to improve charge collection model in bulk technologies.
This paper presents a bit-flip tolerance in SRAM-based FPGAs which suffers from high energy particles, alpha and neutrons in the atmosphere. For each of protections, the applicability, efficiency and implementation issues are discussed. Moreover, the area, the power and the protection capability of the methods are mentioned and compared with previous work. Based on the results of experiments and their analysis, one method is selected as best one. The selected method is much better than previous work e.g., duplication with comparison, triple modular redundancy which impose two and three area and power overheads, respectively.
Asynchronous circuits are often claimed as being an interesting alternative to design robust systems against faults. In this study, a method is proposed to model the behavior of quasi delay insensitive (QDI) asynchronous circuits in the presence of SEUs (memory bit flips). The circuits and the fault injection process are both described using this model. The method, based on symbolic simulation, consists of exploring all the reachable states in the presence of faults in order to draw up an exhaustive list of behaviors. A case study shows that this method enables us to verify some properties on the circuits. SEU resistance can be formally proven using this analysis.
his standard revises and enhances the VHDL language reference manual (LRM) by including a standard C language interface specification; specifications from previously separate, but related, standards IEEE Std 1164 -1993,1 IEEE Std 1076.2 -1996, and IEEE Std 1076.3-1997; and general language enhancements in the areas of design and verification of electronic systems.