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Travelled to:
2 × France
4 × Germany
Collaborated with:
P.Prinetto A.Benso G.D.Natale H.Wunderlich C.Zambelli M.Indaco P.Olivo D.Bertozzi S.Chiusano A.Bosio M.Fabiano M.A.Kochte C.G.Zoellin M.E.Imhof R.S.Khaligh M.Radetzki L.Zuolo R.Micheloni S.Galfano
Talks about:
explor (3) test (3) generat (2) automat (2) model (2) march (2) fault (2) distribut (1) algorithm (1) transact (1)

Person: Stefano Di Carlo

DBLP DBLP: Carlo:Stefano_Di

Contributed to:

DATE 20142014
DATE 20122012
DATE 20092009
DATE 20062006
DATE 20022002
DATE 20012001

Wrote 7 papers:

DATE-2014-ZuoloZMGICPOB #design #fine-grained #framework #named
SSDExplorer: A virtual platform for fine-grained design space exploration of Solid State Drives (LZ, CZ, RM, SG, MI, SDC, PP, PO, DB), pp. 1–6.
DATE-2012-ZambelliIFCPOB #approach #trade-off
A cross-layer approach for new reliability-performance trade-offs in MLC NAND flash memories (CZ, MI, MF, SDC, PP, PO, DB), pp. 881–886.
DATE-2009-KochteZIKRWCP #modelling #transaction #using #validation
Test exploration and validation using transaction level models (MAK, CGZ, MEI, RSK, MR, HJW, SDC, PP), pp. 1250–1253.
DATE-2006-BensoBCNP #automation #fault #testing
Automatic march tests generations for static linked faults in SRAMs (AB, AB, SDC, GDN, PP), pp. 1258–1263.
DATE-2002-BensoCNP #algorithm #automation #generative #testing
An Optimal Algorithm for the Automatic Generation of March Tests (AB, SDC, GDN, PP), pp. 938–943.
DATE-2001-BensoCNP #analysis #distributed #fault #injection #open source
SEU effect analysis in an open-source router via a distributed fault injection environment (AB, SDC, GDN, PP), pp. 219–225.
DATE-2001-ChiusanoCPW #on the #set
On applying the set covering model to reseeding (SC, SDC, PP, HJW), pp. 156–161.

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