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STRIP: a defence against trojan attacks on deep neural networks
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A recent trojan attack on deep neural network (DNN) models is one insidious variant of data poisoning attacks. Expand
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Adding sense to the Internet of Things
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The Internet of Things (IoT) concept is being widely presented as the next revolution toward massively distributed information, where any real-world object can automatically participate in the Internet and thus be globally discovered and queried. Expand
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Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography
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This book is a comprehensive guide to networks of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) based Electronic Product Codes (EPCs) in supply chains, and its topics range from standardised hardware designs through known vulnerabilities, security and privacy models, and to concrete proposals for RFID authentication in various scenarios. Expand
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EPC Network Architecture
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This chapter describes the backend system components formulating a distributed ubiquitous item identification network enabled by the development of automatic identification provided by RFID technology, and examines the flow of tag data, once obtained by an interrogator. Expand
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RFID opportunity analysis for leaner manufacturing
Although RFID is seen by many as a revolutionary enabler of automated data capture, confusion still remains as to how manufacturing organisations can identify cost-effective opportunities for itsExpand
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Obfuscated challenge-response: A secure lightweight authentication mechanism for PUF-based pervasive devices
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We propose a secure and lightweight authentication protocol for resource scarce pervasive devices built upon a physical unclonable function (PUF) primitive and a variant of a parameter-based authentication protocol. Expand
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PUF-FSM: A Controlled Strong PUF
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We present a hybrid PUF–finite state machine (PUF-FSM) construction to realize a controlled strong PUF and demonstrate improved security, especially to reliability-based attacks. Expand
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Taxonomy, technology and applications of smart objects
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Deployment of embedded technologies is increasingly being examined in industrial supply chains as a means for improving efficiency through greater control over purchase orders, inventory and product related information. Expand
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An Evaluation Framework
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This paper will formulate a framework for defining the problem space around low cost RFID systems to enable the engineering of solutions and for evaluating those solutions for their effectiveness in the contest of networked low costRFID systems. Expand
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Smart steel: new paradigms for the reuse of steel enabled by digital tracking and modelling
When reconfigured into a cohesive system, a series of existing digital technologies may facilitate disassembly, take back and reuse of structural steel components, thereby improving resourceExpand
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