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A Practical Threshold Test Generation for Error Tolerant Application

Hideyuki ICHIHARA, Kenta SUTOH, Yuki YOSHIKAWA, Tomoo INOUE
2010 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
Experimental results show that our approach is, in practice, effective. key words: acceptable fault, test generation model, error significance, threshold testing and error tolerance  ...  In this paper, we propose test generation models for threshold test generation.  ...  limits, are tolerable for these applications.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.e93.d.2776 fatcat:n4jcybbqvnddbjkkids34ow3ua

A new circuit simplification method for error tolerant applications

Doochul Shin, S K Gupta
2011 2011 Design, Automation & Test in Europe  
For error tolerant applicationsimages, video, audio, graphics, and games -it is known that errors at the outputs are tolerable provided that their severities are within application-specified thresholds  ...  Then we develop a multi-level logic synthesis algorithm for error tolerant applications that minimizes the cost of the circuit by exploiting the budget for approximations provided by error tolerance.  ...  Also, a given RS threshold value that captures the level of error tolerance for the desired application.  ... 
doi:10.1109/date.2011.5763248 dblp:conf/date/ShinG11 fatcat:pgilkoupyjcw7bcuudtovip6eu

Tests and tolerances for high-performance software-implemented fault detection

M. Turmon, R. Granat, D.S. Katz, J.Z. Lou
2003 IEEE transactions on computers  
We discuss the theory and practice of setting numerical tolerances to separate errors caused by a fault from those inherent in finite-precision floating-point calculations.  ...  Such result checking or algorithm-based fault tolerance (ABFT) methods may be used, for example, to overcome single-event upsets in computational hardware or to detect errors in complex, high-efficiency  ...  The authors also thank John Beahan, Rafi Some, Roger Lee, and Paul Springer of JPL for suggesting and commenting on parts of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tc.2003.1197125 fatcat:66ov7tog7zhd3p4fctndj6pmaa

Constant-time one-shot testing of large-scale graph states [article]

Hayata Yamasaki, Sathyawageeswar Subramanian
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Our test protocol accepts with high probability when the physical error rate is small enough to make fault-tolerant MBQC feasible and rejects when the rate is above the threshold of fault-tolerant MBQC  ...  Consequently, our work offers a new route to a fast and practical framework for benchmarking large-scale quantum state preparation.  ...  Our analysis has demonstrated the feasibility of the test for IID Pauli errors on the graph states; however, we remark that the formulation and the analysis are potentially applicable to more general error  ... 
arXiv:2201.11127v1 fatcat:7l3tzqoijvcr5jwvkblfaysdru

Detection of eye blink artifacts from single prefrontal channel electroencephalogram

Won-Du Chang, Ho-Seung Cha, Kiwoong Kim, Chang-Hwan Im
2016 Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine  
Therefore, this method could be particularly useful in brain-computer interface applications using headband-type wearable EEG devices with a few frontal EEG channels.  ...  First, it uses singlechannel EEG data without the need for electrooculogram references.  ...  Since the proposed method does not include a thresholding algorithm, it requires an empirically determined threshold value (denoted by  in this study) for each individual dataset to utilize it for a practical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cmpb.2015.10.011 pmid:26560852 fatcat:twz3lvdo2zgufjvyktfumhlcmy

Performance Margin Modeling and Reliability Analysis for Harmonic Reducer Considering Multi-Source Uncertainties and Wear

Yun Li, Bang-An Tong, Wen-Bin Chen, Xiao-Yang Li, Jia-Bo Zhang, Guo-Xin Wang, Ting Zeng
2020 IEEE Access  
The harmonic reducer of the space drive mechanism is one of the critical components of the satellite remote sensing system and its reliability is always required strictly in practice. During the  ...  Thus, in practical applications, the requirements for hysteresis errors and transmission errors are usually strict, and once these parameters cannot meet the requirement, the harmonic reducer is considered  ...  [3] conducted a reliability testing on the hysteresis errors for a harmonic reducer and analyzed its dynamic reliability using a response surface method. H. D. Taghirad and P.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3023543 fatcat:nutkvhyzdjdqhhszrscpli4n5a

Qubit metrology for building a fault-tolerant quantum computer [article]

John M. Martinis
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In a fault-tolerant quantum computer the qubits and their logic interactions must have errors below a threshold: scaling up with more and more qubits then brings the net error probability down to appropriate  ...  The program's biggest obstacle, a potential showstopper for the entire effort, is the need for high-fidelity qubit operations in a scalable architecture.  ...  When Λ < 1 error detection fails, and even billions of bad qubits do not help. A key focus for fault tolerance is making qubit errors less than the threshold.  ... 
arXiv:1510.01406v1 fatcat:nbvxnnunoffvponqfroooyq45a

Qubit metrology for building a fault-tolerant quantum computer

John M Martinis
2015 npj Quantum Information  
When Λo 1 error detection fails, and even billions of bad qubits do not help. A key focus for fault tolerance is making qubit errors less than the threshold.  ...  Because 81 qubits are needed for the surface code with n = 2, a useful initial test is for bit-flip errors, requiring a linear array of nine qubits.  ...  In general, measurement allows qubit errors to be described as either bit flipX (|0〉 ↔ |1〉) or phase flipẐ (|1〉 ↔ − |1〉).  ... 
doi:10.1038/npjqi.2015.5 fatcat:3dgcqkxkajc7vlmabwro2yv2ru

Value from Ambiguity in Ensemble Forecasts

Mark S. Allen, F. Anthony Eckel
2012 Weather and forecasting  
Uncertainty folding is found to be of no practical benefit when tested in a low-order, weather forecast simulation.  ...  paired with a secondary desire for the reduction in repeat false alarms.  ...  This research represents a portion of the first author's dissertation work. We thank three anonymous reviewers for their very helpful contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1175/waf-d-11-00016.1 fatcat:3v72ckeokvdpdgntqgulpyyzbi

Safety Evaluation of Critical Applications Distributed on TDMA-Based Networks [article]

Françoise Simonot-Lion, François Simonot
2006 arXiv   pre-print
The dependability of such system is modeled as that of "consecutive-k-out-of-n:F" systems and we provide a efficient way for its evaluation.  ...  Critical embedded systems have to provide a high level of dependability. In automotive domain, for example, TDMA protocols are largely recommended because of their deterministic behavior.  ...  Fig.4 Existing results for Constant-P model Knowing a zone of n TDMA cycles and the application-tolerating threshold of k TDMA cycles, for constant p, the problem can be treated using existing results  ... 
arXiv:cs/0611078v1 fatcat:efcn7p7bcnda3kvg3mfeat6jwa

DEPENDABILITY EVALUATION OF REAL-TIME APPLICATIONS DISTRIBUTED ON TDMA-BASED NETWORKS

François Simonot, Françoise Simonot-Lion, YeQiong Song
2005 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
We give a contribution on the method for evaluating the application failure probability in function of the TDMA cycle error probability within an EMI zone.  ...  Numerical applications have shown its efficiency for computing the application failure probability within a given EMI area.  ...  Existing results for Constant-P model Knowing a zone of n TDMA cycles and the application-tolerating threshold of k TDMA cycles, for constant p, the problem can be treated using existing results on the  ... 
doi:10.3182/20051114-2-mx-3901.00004 fatcat:p5ssanusnnb6hgqsqo3m7jn3cm

Nonadaptive algorithms for threshold group testing

Hong-Bin Chen, Hung-Lin Fu
2009 Discrete Applied Mathematics  
Threshold group testing first proposed by Damaschke is a generalization of classic group testing.  ...  The key observation is that disjunct matrices, a standard tool for group testing designs, also work in this threshold model. This paper improves and extends previous results in three ways: 1.  ...  Algorithm 2 (For the General Error-tolerant Threshold Model). Tool: Use a (d − l, u; 2e + 1]-disjunct matrix.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dam.2008.06.003 fatcat:s6kaakd4xnedddx6peo7o62pxi

Improving effective yield through error tolerant system design

Ahmed M. Eltawil, Fadi J. Kurdahi
2005 2005 12th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems  
meets a specified threshold.  ...  The structure under test was a 64 Kbyte cache memory.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icecs.2005.4633574 dblp:conf/icecsys/EltawilK05 fatcat:tabo2basfbeuzf6g7kbrtunkxm

Fault detection and fault tolerance methods for industrial robot manipulators based on hybrid intelligent approach

M. Dev Anand, T. Selvaraj, S. Kumanan
2012 Advances in Production Engineering & Management  
In this paper, a new approach hybrid intelligence based fault detection/tolerance for robot manipulators is discussed.  ...  A number of researchers have proposed fault detection/tolerance architectures for robotic manipulators using the model based analytical, and redundancy approach.  ...  For a practical implementation the required design steps are presented in a compiled form. The main four steps for the adaptive fuzzy based threshold selection can be stated as: i.  ... 
doi:10.14743/apem2012.4.144 fatcat:3bn6in53gzfzjpjwirerso3em4

Neyman-Pearson classification algorithms and NP receiver operating characteristics

Xin Tong, Yang Feng, Jingyi Jessica Li
2018 Science Advances  
a class 0 observation as class 1) so that it remains below a desired threshold.  ...  Common practices that directly limit the empirical type I error to no more than a do not satisfy the type I error control objective because the resulting classifiers are likely to have type I errors much  ...  II error) for a given threshold c.  ... 
doi:10.1126/sciadv.aao1659 pmid:29423442 pmcid:PMC5804623 fatcat:6swemi6kyjgonjtftdfhcbrgje
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