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A review on emotion recognition using speech
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In this paper, the recent works on affect detection using speech and different issues related to affect detection has been presented. Expand
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Cryptographically Secure Multi-Tenant Provisioning of FPGAs
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In this paper, we propose a dedicated and scalable framework for secure multi-tenant FPGA provisioning that can be easily integrated into existing cloud-based infrastructures such as OpenStack. Expand
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Fault Template Attacks on Block Ciphers Exploiting Fault Propagation
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We exploit the fact that activation and propagation of a fault through a given combinational circuit is data-dependent, even for implementations having dedicated protections against both power and fault-based vulnerabilities. Expand
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Effects of emotion on physiological signals
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We have considered five different types of emotions in our experiment - HVHA, HVLA, LVHA, LVLA and Blank. Expand
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Breach the Gate: Exploiting Observability for Fault Template Attacks on Block Ciphers
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In this paper, we exploit the fact that activation and propagation of a fault through a given combinational circuit (i.e. observability of fault) is data dependent. Expand
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Enhancing Fault Tolerance of Neural Networks for Security-Critical Applications
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In this paper, we propose a revised implementation which enhances the PFT property of NN significantly with detailed mathematical analysis. Expand
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Fault-Tolerant Implementations of Physically Unclonable Functions on FPGA
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In this chapter, we discuss possible intentional faults in an emerging hardware security primitive, known as Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs). Expand
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Hardware Acceleration of Searchable Encryption
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We proposed a general framework for boosting the performance of searchable symmetric encryption (SSE) schemes by massively parallelizing the underlying cryptographic operations using dedicated hardware accelerators. Expand
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Pushing the Limits of Fault Template Attacks: The Role of Side-Channels
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Fault Template Attack (FTA) is a recently proposed class of fault attacks, which exploits the fact that activation and propagation of a fault through combinational logic is data-dependent. Expand
Neural Network-based Inherently Fault-tolerant Hardware Cryptographic Primitives without Explicit Redundancy Checks
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Fault injection-based cryptanalysis is one of the most powerful practical threats to modern cryptographic primitives. Expand
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