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bist

(bɪst)
vb
archaic or dialect a form of the second person singular of be1
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Many devices require ATPG compression and logic BIST, but neither ATPG nor BIST test points have been well suited for use in a hybrid ATPG/BIST environment.
It offers Member Firms a range of UK and international equity derivatives products, including IOB Depositary Receipts, Turkish BIST 30 Index products and operates a linked order book for Norwegian derivatives with Oslo Brs.
Under this setup, the overnight market rate (represented by the BIST overnight repo interest rate) can exhibit larger fluctuations inside the corridor and can move far away from the CBRT average funding rate (Figure 1).
BIST has been around for some time, but had been mostly implemented only at the chip level.
Ten out of the 100 largest firms on BIST belong to Koc.
On 4 April, Chairman of the Executive Board of the BIST Ibrahim Turhan announced nearing the completion of the project at the at the Eighth Turkish-Arab Economy Forum in Istanbul, adding that he hoped the project would eventually "cover the whole region", according to Turkey-based news agency Anadol.
New ATPG solutions based on Magma's advanced technology combined with our industry-leading logic BIST solution will ensure our customers have the tools necessary to meet all their logic test needs.
At the moment, few component manufacturers offer full BIST or boundary scan, so possibilities are limited.
In an iNEMI survey, 90 percent of the respondents agreed that built-in self test, or BIST, is critical for product testing, while 60 percent of board designers said they are requesting the use of BIST to validate the board's performance.
An IEEE 1687 (IJTAG)-based network is used to provide access to all of the BIST controllers distributed throughout the design.