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Scalable pseudo-exhaustive methodology for testing and diagnosis in flow-based microfluidic biochips

Scalable pseudo-exhaustive methodology for testing and diagnosis in flow-based microfluidic biochips

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Microfluidics is an upcoming field of science that is going to be used widely in many safety-critical applications including healthcare, medical research and defence. Hence, technologies for fault testing and fault diagnosis of these chips are of extreme importance. In this study, the authors propose a scalable pseudo-exhaustive testing and diagnosis methodology for flow-based microfluidic biochips. The proposed approach employs a divide-and-conquer based technique wherein, large architectures are split into smaller sub-architectures and each of these are tested and diagnosed independently.

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