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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2005 9:38 pm    Post subject: combinatorial optimal vectors Reply with quote

Hi,

Are there a algoritms what can give optimal vectors from a set of
combinations which represent the actual set?

There are set of vectors with m times n times p times t where four of
my nodes have m,n,p,t input values respectively. I need algo to get
optimal test vectors from the whole set of vectors which can test the
whole circuit system.

any help is appreciated

thanks in advance
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