In this chapter we describe the statistical distributions used to model how the defects described in Chapter 3 occur on a chip. Local defects can be characterized by a spatial distribution and a size distribution. The spatial distribution describes how defects are distributed across lots, wafers, and chips. The size distribution describes how the defect diameter varies.
KeywordsRadial Distribution Defect Density Defect Statistics Defect Type Negative Binomial Distribution
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