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ATE_PTE is a simple, yet handy application designed to help you determine the cost of testing an ATE semiconductor.
ATE_PTE enables you to specify whether the semiconductor is tested several times or not and can determine the parallel test efficiency and the test cost per unit.

ATE_PTE assists in creating a detailed breakdown of a manufacturing test cost and process flow analysis.
ATE_PTE Cost Analysis:
ATE_PTE enables one to specify the specific test and verification procedures that are undertaken during the entire manufacturing process and determine the cost by specifying the type of tester or test system and the amount of time the test is run.
ATE_PTE Calculation:
ATE_PTE will perform a calculation and inform you of the testing procedure’s cost and the final cost depending on the semiconductor’s production volume and the test parameters specified.Q:

$\mathbb{Q}$ and $\mathbb{R}$ infinite, $\infty\in \mathbb{Q}$ and $\mathbb{Q}\cap\mathbb{R}=\emptyset$

I’m wondering about the following two exercises:

Let $X$ be an infinite set such that $\infty\in X$ and $\mathbb{Q}\cap X = \emptyset$.
Show that $\infty\in \mathbb{Q}$
Let $X$ be an infinite set such that $\mathbb{Q}\cap X = \emptyset$ and $\infty\in X$.
Show that $\mathbb{Q}\cap\mathbb{R} eq\emptyset$

And I would be thankful if you could answer the following:

Using only the axioms of a group, prove that $\mathbb{Q}$ and $\mathbb{R}$ have the same cardinality.

A:

For 1), $\infty \in \mathbb Q$ is trivial, since $\mathbb Q$ has no largest element. It is similar for $\infty \in \mathbb R$.
For 2), you need to know that $X$ is totally ordered and contains $\mathbb Q$, and that there is an injection from $\mathbb Q$ to $X$. The injection should have a largest element in $\mathbb Q$ for the conclusion to follow, but there are no largest elements in $X$ so we have to find some other way to reach them. If $\infty \in X$, then $\{0,1,\infty\} \subseteq X$ is an injection from $\mathbb Q$ to $X$, so no problem.

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This is a simple application for use in cost estimating the ATE required to test the circuits tested. You can select the ATE used, circuit tested or the status of testing. You can also select how the costs are split, with or without safety margin.
ATE_PTE Features:
ATE_PTE allows you to easily calculate the test cost per unit using parallel test efficiency and parallel test time. You can also use the ATE to determine the failed device yield and yield failure rate, and will generate a report of device failures.
ATE_PTE testing methods:
Use the “Test Methods” page to specify the test used, where the ATE was sourced from (Before or After sourcing) and the number of times the device is tested. On the “Test Methods” page, the ATE can be standard, 6 parallel (by board) or 2 line parallel.
Upon selecting a test method, the costs/unit are shown. To calculate the costs, the unit and parallel test efficiency are specified. Then the parallel test time is determined from the ATE.

Monitor/Evaluate

ATE_MONI can be used as a powerful cost estimating tool. You can choose whether the testing should be done by the vendor or by you. The application allows you to specify how the costs should be broken down for the test methods selected and will calculate the parallel test efficiency and cost per unit.
ATE_MONI Description:
ATE_MONI is a powerful cost estimating tool that allows you to specify the amount of time spent on testing and the test method. It will calculate the cost per unit, parallel test efficiency and parallel test time.
ATE_MONI Features:
Use the “Test Methods” page to specify the testing method and the amount of time spent on testing the device. On the “Test Methods” page, the ATE can be standard, 6 parallel (by board) or 2 line parallel. Upon selecting a test method, the costs/unit are shown. To calculate the costs, the unit and parallel test efficiency are specified. Then the parallel test time is determined from the ATE.
ATE_MONI Testing methods:
Use the “Test Methods” page to specify the test method and the time spent on testing the device. On the “Test Methods” page, the ATE can be standard, 6 parallel (by board) or 2 line parallel.

Parallel Test Efficiency and Parallel Test Time

ATE_PTE allows you to
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ATE_PTE computes the total cost of testing from the specified test architecture, number of test steps and test budget. In addition, the app can compute the parallel test efficiency (lateral or vertical with mask), the test cost per unit and mask utilization.

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With Pareto testing, it’s easy to make sure you aren’t wasting money by testing only a few devices and skipping many others.

It’s also easy to determine which direction to look for savings.

To save money, a manufacturer can reduce the number of test steps required, look for better test mask yields, or even turn to analog design techniques. And each case leads to new test architecture designs.

Fortunately, this is the type of problem designers are looking to solve, and I expect to see a lot of companies create maskless automatic test solutions. In addition, there will be a number of solutions aimed at automating analog testing, perhaps even looking at multiple techniques to help determine overall electrical behavior.

But in the end, the best method of cost reduction is to look at your design and decide if you can eliminate some of the test steps.

If you can figure out which test steps aren’t needed, then go ahead and remove some of them without breaking functionality. There’s little downside to eliminating these tests — in the case of ATE, there’s no real advantage.

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What’s New In ATE_PTE?

ATE_PTE is designed to aid users in determining the cost of testing semiconductors.
ATE_PTE relies on the ability of ATE users to combine and calculate costs of parallel tests of group designs. The result can be used to make better design decisions.

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Detecting which words are changed

I have a large document which I am diffing using C#. And the result is saved.
Then the user can read the diff and see the changes.
What I’m having a hard time with is how to detect which words have been changed. I.e. I have a list of words, so if a word is deleted or added, I want to make a list of the words changed.
Is there a standard algorithm, or is the difficultly just in writing it?

A:

This is called a word diff. There are plenty of resources on the web which will tell you what a word diff is and how to implement one.

A:

This is called a “Change Tracking” diff.
The basic algorithm consists of adding a series of “change records” when a word of the document changes. Then every change record is compared to all the other change records. Whenever a change record has been added or deleted, then all records that share this change record must have changed, because the change record has been added, or deleted, so they’ll be merged into the new change record instead of simply being reused.

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How do I use JQuery and asp.net in the same project?

I’m basically a complete newbie to using JS/JQuery.
To clarify my question:
I’m using asp.net mvc 2. I have created a view that dynamically generates a list of images using the foreach statement in the view. The idea here is that the user will click one of the images to preview it and then click another image to go to the controller action to generate a PDF based on that image.
I want to use JQuery to make the list of images flash when the user clicks on it and then again when they click the next image, but I’m not sure how to do this. So far

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