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The growing field of the Internet of Things relies at the bottom on components with very scarce computing resources that currently do not allow complex processing of sensed data. Any computation involving Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT), Wavelet Transforms (WT), or simple sines and cosines is...
Given the widespread deployment of cyber-physical systems and their safety-critical nature, reliability and security guarantees offered by such systems are of paramount importance. While the security of such systems against sensor attacks have garnered significant attention from researchers in...
Video object detection and action recognition typically require deep neural networks (DNNs) with huge number of parameters. It is thereby challenging to develop a DNN video comprehension unit in resource-constrained terminal devices. In this article, we introduce a deeply tensor-compressed video...
Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) have advanced the state-of-the-art in a variety of machine learning tasks and are deployed in increasing numbers of products and services. However, the computational requirements of training and evaluating large-scale DNNs are growing at a much faster pace than the...
This article explores the design space of secure communication in ultra-low-energy IoT devices based on Micro-Controller Units (MCUs). It tries to identify, benchmark, and compare security-related design choices in a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) embedded IoT system which contributes to the...
For traditional public key cryptography and post-quantum cryptography, such as elliptic curve cryptography and supersingular isogeny key encapsulation, modular multiplication is the most performance-critical operation among basic arithmetic of these cryptographic schemes. For this reason, the...
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