Our project is pretty much underfunded,like always. We do not any DARPA grants or no coporate sponsers. We are grateful for sourceforge.net, for their compile farm service. Besides that, most of these were built using a P4 computer. Litterally, our budget for this project has been about $4000, at worst.
If you are an excellent at documenting code, or is willing to become excellent at documenting code, you are welcome.
Requirements: strong C++ background/LATEX/ATPG and profficieny in English or any other language(not currently our priority).
If anyone is interested in helping me, maintain this project, you are welcome. The only requirement is that you be extremely profficient in C++/ mathematical programming. Even if not, atleast have the willingness to master C++.
Since our project is very poorly funded, we are currently accepting donnations.
It seems that Dr. Micheal Hsiao of Virgina Tech, is kind enough to become my new research advisor, for this project.
I am proud to annouce the release of ATPG 0.6.0 system. It is still a bit buggy, but is a lot more efficient and reliable than previous releases. Currently, ATPG 0.6.0 also implements the PROOFS fault simulator. There are a few hidden bugs, in the implementation that slow down the simulator, but as far as, fault detection, it works correctly.