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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
During post-silicon validation, manufactured integrated circuits are extensively tested in actual system environments to detect design bugs. Bug localization involves identification of a bug trace (a sequence of inputs that activates and detects the bug) and a hardware design block where the bug is located. Existing bug localization practices during post-silicon validation are mostly manual and ad hoc, and, hence, extremely expensive and time consuming. This is particularly true for subtledoi:10.1007/978-3-319-63390-9_6 fatcat:uo3imhrntzhwxm4hg3yilkxm7i