Developing A Knowledge Based Risk Identification System For Sophisticated SMT Assembly Design And Development
Authors: Jingsong Xie, Ph.D.; Yu-Ming Ye and Ji-Fan Wang Company: RelEng Technologies, Inc. and Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Date Published: 10/13/2013
Abstract: Design rules checking (DRC) is nowadays a key built-in feature of electronic design automation (EDA) tools to ensure designs meet basic design guidelines and requirements. However, from both design and manufacturing perspectives, design rules check is yet far from enough to ensure development of reliable electronic products and systems. Existing knowledge and experience that has not yet been applied effectively to routine product development practices is way beyond those design rules that can be quantified and integrated into a software system for automated processing. Engineers vigorously try to avoid repeating mistakes, if not try to make no mistakes, by seeking approaches capable of conducting examinations through a database of broadly established knowledge and already gained experiences.
Electronic design, design reviews, design review for reliability (DRfR), design rules check (DRC), design for reliability (DFR), FRACAS