Fault Diagnosis Using Structure and Function
An approach to automated troubleshooting, known as the “Theory of Responsibilities” is presented. Using this approach, an analog circuit is described in terms of ‘second principles’ and responsibilities are assigned for the output to sub-components of the circuit. A few very simple yet powerful, troubleshooting rules are then used to diagnose faults in the circuit. This technique provides a very powerful way to describe and troubleshoot circuits.
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