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On the construction of controlled schemes with a small number of additional poles. (Russian) Zbl 1054.94032
In a series of papers V. N. Noskov proposed a method of transforming an arbitrary scheme (or a part of it) into an easily testable form. The method transforms an arbitrary selected part \(S\) of a scheme into a scheme \(S^\prime\) and does not change the remaining part. The scheme \(S^\prime\) contains additional inputs and outputs. In the paper under review the author shows that if the number of inaccuracies is comparatively small then it is possible to considerably diminish the number of additional poles.
94C12 Fault detection; testing in circuits and networks
94C10 Switching theory, application of Boolean algebra; Boolean functions (MSC2010)