Presentation on theme: "Start Bin1 Test 1Test 2Test 3 Test 4 Bin2 Bin3 Test 5 Bin4 Bin5 Notes Any Bin can be identified as a pass or failing bin. This is really independent of."— Presentation transcript:
Start Bin1 Test 1Test 2Test 3 Test 4 Bin2 Bin3 Test 5 Bin4 Bin5 Notes Any Bin can be identified as a pass or failing bin. This is really independent of flow. There is no Bin defined after Test 3. This is optional. An exit port that is not connected to a Bin requires a Bin to be defined somewhere in the flow. Test 6 Pass Fail Bin6
May 16, 2002 To: Ric Dokken, Don Organ, Jay Bedsole From: Tom Micek Subj: 1450 STIL multi-site conference call 5/14/02 Attendees: Tom Micek, Jay Bedsole, Ric Dokken, Jay Bedsole Weekly teleconference calls will take place on Tuesdays at 3:30-4:30 CST. A phone in number will be made available for IEEE STIL 1450 members and also open to interested tester vendors Issues centered on when to power down individual DUT’s in a multi-site flow, default multi DUT path flow, remerge issues, Ric suggested that there be (5) entrance points in a STIL multi DUT/multi path flow. (refer to Ric’s drawing in sheet #1). The groupings will be as follows: - Entrance #1 will be prior to START and will be a User Defined Load. This would include operator interface items such as Test Engr. flow variable passage, etc. - Entrance #2 will be the Start node - Entrance #3 will be the main flow. From the attached drawing that would include Bin 1thru Test 3 and all of the sub branches of Bin1 thru Test 3 - Entrance #4 would be the Finish of the flow - Entrance #5 would be the User Defined Unload. This would be used for relay control, etc at the end of test. The above mentioned flow entrances were agreed upon as we work toward a working solution. There was discussion that DUT remerge should be part of the tester o.s. and user control of the the flow should be part of the STIL flow language.
STIL multi-site 5/14/02 conference call continued Flow priorities - Entire flow pass priority Test 1 ->Test 2 -> Test 3 until pass bin - Remerge on a pass or fail on a node by node basis. - A data table should be explored for reconvergence options Don will put together an algorithm for reconvergence - Remerge being a high level strategy? (Ric) The complexity of buried parameters in bin control could be a problem. In other words, should the bin node be just a bin node or have control capability?