defect density


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defect density

(programming)
The ratio of the number of defects to program length.
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Using the HGE technology, SDK has also succeeded in producing SiC epitaxial wafers with film thickness of 100um or more, having low levels of defect density and good uniformity.
When comparing overall defect density numbers between 2013 and 2014, the defect density of both open source code and commercial code has continued to improve.
In addition, the shortest grading and marking times were recorded at plant 3 and plant 5 when the times are adjusted for defect density and board length.
In the 2013 Coverity Scan Report, the average defect density rate for Java projects was 2.
In this example, the test types of defect density and registration are each allocated 30% of the total weight, thermal cycling 25%, process variation 10%, and CAF 5%.
yieldOPTIMIZER(TM) -- trend analysis on yield, defect density and binning; correlation across all process levels.
Frank Goodwin, Manager of SEMATECH's Mask Blank Defect Reduction program, stated, "EUVL requires a low defect density reflective mask blank, which is considered to be one of the top two critical technology gaps for commercialization of the technology.
The team also reduced the project's defect density from.
The researchers propose a taxonomy of information security for service-centric systems, a transit-stub architecture for peer-to-peer SIP, a framework for customizing quality assurance techniques, and a two-step model for defect density estimation.
From the above observations, we believe that two interrelated processes simultaneously took place during annealing: the reduction of defect density and an increase in domain area, but a decrease in the domain number.
Both materials are known to be highly susceptible to such defects, and the researchers are developing techniques to reduce the defect density by a factor of 200, which will increase the visible-light rejection ratio to [10.
Defect density (defects per 1,000 lines of software code) is a commonly used measurement for software quality, and a defect density of 1.