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University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Ronald Erickson as part of the requirements for the degree of Master of Engineering in Software Engineering Design of a Parametric Outlier Detection System
Example Integrated Circuit Test Floor Configuration A typical ATE test floor example is shown above. This type of configuration allows each platform to continue to operate independent in the event of a network problem. A database server with outlier detection PC has been shown attached to this configuration.
Background & Motivation Information To stay competitive in the global market, manufacturing, packaging, & testing activities can be implemented anywhere. DfM can be used as a potential pre-test screen, but do not account for all failure mechanisms or the effects of commercial radiation hardened (CRH) implant. Ultimately electrical test and robust statistical screening of very large amounts parametric data must be accomplished to ensure the highest quality products are shipped to customers. By utilizing a fab-less manufacturing system with no capital costs, it allows the company stay price competitive. However by using different suppliers many differing failure variables can be introduced into the final integrated circuits. Integrated circuit defects are discovered during the electrical test (exercise) of the integrated circuit. These tests are performed on wafers and packaged devices Companies need a tool that processes large amounts of device parametric data and performs a robust statistical analysis of the parametric data in an effort to screen out of family parametrics within a lot, product line, technology, or fab.
Goals of this project The proposed tool would use parametric data, and perform a test for normality. After a parametric value distribution has been deemed normal. The 75 th percentile analysis by quartile is completed If the test data distribution pass a normalcy test then the data will be presented in a histogram format for an engineer to intervene and set the lower and upper fences of the distribution. In the case of a bi-model or non-normal distribution the data will be presented as a histogram, an engineer will have decide which distribution to use as the correct representation. Engineer decisions into the histogram formatted fence boundaries decisions will be captured into the database for future use.
Challenges of this Project Automatic Distribution Modeling and implementation of very complex equations – Anderson-Darling with quartile analysis of normalized data only “ties” OR – Shapiro-Wilks with quartile analysis of normalized data only “ties”. OR – Skewness-Kurtosis All with quartile analysis of normalized data only “not robust”. – If the data set is a fails the normalcy tests due to bi-model or a non-normal distributions, including too many “ties“ encountered. – Can an alternative implementation be performed when false positive failing normalcy is implemented on Anderson-Darling “tie” related fails? – Data set will be shown in a histogram format and require user intervention to pick the data modeling performed. – Future enhancements on non-normal data sets will utilize machine learning to track the type of data modeling that was performed by user, device type, and distribution. All user interventions must be tracked for future analysis.
Tasks Already Complete – Developed an application in C# to analyze datasets per the reference “Precision Estimates for AASHTO Test Method T308 and the Test Methods for Performance-Graded Asphalt Binder in AASHTO Specification M320” In Progress: Intent to complete in Spring 2011 Semester – Develop the normalcy tests: 1)Shapiro-Wilks 2)Anderson-Darling 3)Skewness-Kurtosis All – Develop the quartile tests on the normalized data. Future: Intent to complete in Spring 2011 Semester – Analyze the results of pre-determined datasets to the test-beds. – Write the project report
Deliverables The outlier detection test-bed, including a device parametric data-log loaded into a database and a data modeling response that resembles a real product manufacturing scenario. The outlier detection engine code that implements the Anderson-Darling, Shapiro- Wilk, or Skewness-Kurtosis All normalcy tests. Then if the data set is normal complete a 75 th percentile on the data set. If the data set does not pass the normal distribution tests, then present the data in a histogram format for user intervention. A masters project report documenting the outlier detection design and the results of implementing the data-log within the outlier detection design prototype. An analysis report describing the software engineering principles selected and how the selected techniques are applied in the outlier detection implementation.
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Prototype Application View 1 This application performs histogram fence choice and quartile of the reference “Precision Estimates for AASHTO Test Method T308 and the Test Methods for Performance-Graded Asphalt Binder in AASHTO Specification M320” see go 195
Prototype Application View 2 This application performs histogram fence choice and quartile of the reference “Precision Estimates for AASHTO Test Method T308 and the Test Methods for Performance-Graded Asphalt Binder in AASHTO Specification M320” see go 196
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