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An efficient crosstalk target identification framework called XIDEN has been developed that is used prior to the computationally expensive processes of crosstalk validation and test generation. XIDEN is mainly composed of a set of extractors and filters that together identify the prime crosstalk targets. These prime targets include all error producing targets, i.e. targets that can potentially create Boolean errors. A methodology has been developed to determine the sequence of extractors anddoi:10.1109/test.2002.1041780 dblp:conf/itc/NazarianHNGB02 fatcat:nlbozkr7kjfhxk2eigad6tifoe