Convergence of iqpt xapqt
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 23

Convergence of IQPT / XAPQT PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 55 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Convergence of IQPT / XAPQT. Radical Divergence - XAPQT vs IQPT. IQPT. XAPQT (HRAPQT). IQPT Multiple Print Frequencies Bi-Directions 4 Dual Pentium PCs & 1 Industrial PC 2 Large Images (50M Pixels) Line Interfaces I-Blaster, Tarzan Intro, Cyborg, Tyborg. XAPQT Dual Print Frequency

Download Presentation

Convergence of IQPT / XAPQT

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Convergence of iqpt xapqt

Convergence of IQPT / XAPQT

Test


Radical divergence xapqt vs iqpt

Radical Divergence - XAPQT vs IQPT

IQPT

XAPQT (HRAPQT)

Test


Radical divergence by the numbers

IQPT

Multiple Print Frequencies

Bi-Directions

4 Dual Pentium PCs & 1 Industrial PC

2 Large Images (50M Pixels)

Line Interfaces

I-Blaster, Tarzan Intro, Cyborg, Tyborg

XAPQT

Dual Print Frequency

Uni-Direction

2 Dual Pentium PCs

12 Small Images ( 300K Pixels)

1 Color Camera

Line Interfaces

Lava, Tiger

Radical Divergence - By the Numbers

  • Different Control Hardware & Sequence

  • Different Acquisition Hardware & Sequence

Test


Hobbes tiger s xapqt

Hobbes (Tiger’s XAPQT)

Test


Pele wax lava s xapqt

Pele / Wax (Lava’s XAPQT )

Test


Tij 3 half inch i blaster s iqpt

TIJ 3 Half Inch (I-Blaster’s IQPT)

Test


Tij 3 one inch tarzan intro s iqpt

TIJ 3 One Inch (Tarzan Intro’s IQPT)

Test


Small vs large image

Small vs Large Image

Test


What is convergence

What is Convergence?

For the Q Software:

  • Same executable running on ALL tools

    (XAPQT & IQPT)

  • Ability to run any algorithm on any tool

    (XAPQT & IQPT)

Test


Why convergence

Why Convergence ?

  • Reduce / Eliminate redundant work

  • Enable flexible support & development staffing

  • Ensure customer quality

  • Encourage cross-site credibility

  • Prevent unfair yield practices

  • Decrease cost of qualification

  • Increase speed of evolution (synergy)

    ( From a conversation in DIMO November 1998 - some things take time! )

Test


History of end of line testers

History of End Of Line Testers

XAPQT (HRAPQT)

1994 HRAPQT Developed for Formula 1, Canvas, & Tiger Lines

1995 Unique code on each HRAPQT

1995 I-Blaster improvements leveraged to TIJ 2.5 color

1996 I-Blaster code leveraged to Hercules & Tarzan

1997 I-Blaster Ready for Production

1999 I-Blaster code leveraged to Tiger

2000 XAPQT on Tiger / IQPT on I-Blaster

2001 XAPQT on Lava / IQPT on Tarzan

2010 All testers running same code

Test


How is convergence achieved

How is Convergence Achieved ?

  • Deny variation is necessary

    • force one solution everywhere without exception

  • Support “controlled” variations

    • allow each solution to be “built” from a common set of configurable building blocks

      Convergence =Synergy

Test


How is convergence kept

How is Convergence Kept?

  • Lockup the tools so that nothing can change

  • Allow anyone to initiate change in a “controlled” fashion

    Convergence =Synergy

Test


Controlled change

Controlled Change

  • Software changes must do nothing by default (i.e. a configuration file must be modified for the change to take effect)

  • Software changes must be tracked (i.e. a source control strategy is absolutely necessary)

  • All software changes must be tested (i.e official releases must be made available once tested)

Test


Iqpt deployment map

IqptMainDlg

MAIN MFC UI

IQPT Monitor

SoftLogix OCX

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Tool UI Component

PIE UI Component

Focus UI Component

NSK UI Component

Image AnalyzerUI

Data

AnalyzerUI

GUI

Message Log

Tool Control

PIE Component

Focus Component

NSK Component

Image Analyzer

Data Analyzer

Vision Engine

Key:

User Interface PC

Tool Control PC

Message Logger

VEAcquie

VEProcess

VEDisplay

Vision PC

On Each PC

IQPT Deployment Map

Test


Iqpt component map

IqptMainDlg

MAIN MFC UI

IQPT Monitor

SoftLogix OCX

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Tool UI Component

PIE UI Component

Focus UI Component

NSK UI Component

Image AnalyzerUI

Data

AnalyzerUI

GUI

Message Log

Tool Control

PIE Component

Focus Component

NSK Component

Image Analyzer

Data Analyzer

Vision Engine

Key:

Code Shared with XAPQT

Message Logger

Code exclusive to IQPT

VEAcquie

VEProcess

VEDisplay

IQPT Component Map

Test


Xapqt component map

XapqtMainDlg

MAIN MFC UI

Starts and stops all components

XapqtMainUI

CimQuest

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

Modeless Dialogs

ApqtUI

(Digital IO)

Image AnalyzerUI

Data

AnalyzerUI

GUI

Message Log

Apqt

Component

Image Analyzer

Data Analyzer

Vision Engine

Key:

Code Shared with IQPT

Message Logger

Code Exclusive to XAPQT

VEAcquie

VEProcess

VEDisplay

XAPQT Component Map

Test


Configurability made easy

House

{

House()

: nBedrooms(3),

nBathrooms(2),

nOther(3)

{

}

int nRooms()

{ return nBedrooms + nBathrooms + nOther; }

int nBedrooms;

int nBathrooms;

intnOther;

};

House : public abcConfigurable

{

House()

: abcConfigurable(“house”),

nBedrooms(“numberOfBedrooms”,3),

nBathrooms(“numberOfBathrooms”,2),

nOther(“numberOfOtherRooms”,3)

{

nBedrooms.parent(this);

nBathrooms.parent(this);

nOther.parent(this);

}

int nRooms()

{ return nBedrooms + nBathrooms + nOther; }

ConfigParam<int> nBedrooms;

ConfigParam<int> nBathrooms;

ConfigParam<int>nOther;

};

Configurability Made Easy

Test


Configuration comments

House()

: abcConfigurable(“house”),

nBedrooms(“numberOfBedrooms”,3),

nBathrooms(“numberOfBathrooms”,2),

nOther(“numberOfOtherRooms”,3)

{

nBedrooms.parent(this);

nBedrooms.AddComment(“must have a closet”);

nBathrooms.parent(this);

nBathrooms.AddComment(“include half baths”);

nOther.parent(this);

}

house =

(

/> must have a closet

numberOfBedrooms = 3

// changed from 2 on Tuesday 15-May-2001

// Support engineer’s comments go here and

// are not lost when the configuration is resaved!

/> include half baths

numberOfBathrooms = 2

numberOfOtherRooms = 3

) /* End of house */

Configuration Comments

Configuration File

C++ Code

Test


Visual directory comparison

Visual Directory Comparison

Test


Current installations

Corvallis

IQPT I-Blaster

Odo (Offline development)

XAPQT Lava

San Diego

IQPT Tarzan Intro

Odo (Offline development)

Dublin

XAPQT Tiger

Singapore

XAPQT Tiger

Current Installations

Test


Past developers

Bruce Johnson (PM)

George Radominski (PM)

Ken Tubbs (PM)

Sankar Chakrabarti

Warren Chism

Frank Demonte

Kim Mondelli

Gil Smith

Ed Walsh

Scott Carpenter

Mike Monroe

Tom Twigg

Marilyn Zuber

April Gilbert

Past Developers

Test


Current developers

Ken Shaw (PM)

Nadeem Khan

Don Welch

Randy Stockberger

Deqing Hu

Yongsheng Liu

Guy Howard

David Collins

Paul Stieger

Brad Dixon (I-Blaster)

Shawn Gibson (Lava)

Ian Kelly (Tiger)

Raj Krishnan (Tiger)

Jorge Sanchez (Tarzan Intro)

Ed Dozier (Tarzan Intro)

Current Developers

Convergence = Synergy

Test


  • Login