An Error Detection and Recovery Algorithm in Digital Circuit Mimicking by Self-Repair on Cell

Title & Authors
An Error Detection and Recovery Algorithm in Digital Circuit Mimicking by Self-Repair on Cell
Kim, Soke-Hwan;

Abstract
Abstract should be placed here In this study, we propose an algorithm of the method of recovering quickly find the location of the error encountered during separate operations in the functional structure of complex digital circuits by mimicking the self-healing function of the cell. By the digital circuit was divided by 9 function block unit of function, proposes a method that It can quickly detect and recover the error position. It was the detection and recovery algorithms for the error location in the digital circuit of a complicated structure and could extended the number of function block for the $\small{3{\times}3}$ matrix structure on the dital circuit.
Keywords
Self-repair;Error Detection;Bio-inspired Engineering;Recovery Algorithm;
Language
Korean
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