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Hardware Encryption: Ultra-compact Active Interconnect Based on FeFET


New technical paper "Hardware functional obfuscation with ferroelectric active interconnects" from researchers at Penn State, Rochester Institute of Technology, GlobalFoundries Fab1, North Dakota State University. Abstract "Existing circuit camouflaging techniques to prevent reverse engineering increase circuit-complexity with significant area, energy, and delay penalty. In this paper, we... » read more

Mapping Transformation Enabled High-Performance and Low-Energy Memristor-Based DNNs


Abstract: "When deep neural network (DNN) is extensively utilized for edge AI (Artificial Intelligence), for example, the Internet of things (IoT) and autonomous vehicles, it makes CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor)-based conventional computers suffer from overly large computing loads. Memristor-based devices are emerging as an option to conduct computing in memory for DNNs to make... » read more