The Fanout Structure of Switching Functions. Author: John P. Hayes Speaker: Johnny Lee. Outline. Introduction Notation and Background Material Fanout-Free functions Concluding Remarks. Introduction. Fanout-free circuits are easy to test and require very few test patterns
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The Fanout Structure of Switching Functions
Author: John P. Hayes
Speaker: Johnny Lee
Let the variables of f(X) be partitioned into blocks X1,X2,…,Xm by the adjacency relation.
There exists a set of m elementary functions φ1(X1), φ2(X2), …, φm(Xm) and an m-variable function F such that f(X)=F(φ1(X1), φ2(X2), …, φm(Xm) )