Eduardo Wanderley Netto

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Code compression has been shown to be an effective technique to reduce code size in memory constrained embedded systems. It has also been used as a way to increase cache hit ratio, thus reducing power consumption and improving performance. This paper proposes an approach to mix static/dynamic instruction profiling in dictionary construction, so as to best(More)
Many compression techniques have been proposed to accommodate ever increasing software pieces into restricted memory area in embedded systems. Recently, these techniques have been shown to improve other important design constrains like energy and performance. This paper proposes a blended dictionary model based on static/dynamic profiling that lead to best(More)
This paper proposes a complete hardware solution for embedded systems that fully protects off-chip memory. Our security core is based on one-time pad (OTP) en-cryption and a CRC integrity check module. These modules safeguard external memories for embedded processors against a series of well-known attacks, including replay attacks, spoofing attacks and(More)
This paper describes a complete off-chip memory security solution for embedded systems. Our security core is based on a one-time pad (OTP) encryption circuit and a CRC-based integrity checking module. These modules safeguard external memory used by embedded processors against a series of well-known attacks, including replay attacks, spoofing attacks and(More)
Code Compression has been used to alleviate the memory requirements as well as to improve performance and/or minimize energy consumption. On the other hand, implementing security primitives on Embedded Systems is always costly in terms of area and performance. In this paper we present a code compression method, the IBC-EI (Instruction Based Compression with(More)
Code compression, initially conceived as an effective technique to reduce code size in embedded systems, today also brings advantages in terms of performance and energy consumption, due to an increase in the cache hit ratio. This paper proposes the design of a code decompressor engine for our dictionary-based method, embedding it into the Leon (SPARC V8)(More)
BACKGROUND With the expected growth and aging of the population of primary central nervous system tumours (PCNST) survivors, attention to the radiation-induced late brain injury is fundamental. Late focal hemosiderin deposition (FHD) lesions, namely microbleeds and cavernomas, are among the presumable late cerebrovascular complications associated with(More)
BACKGROUND Brain radiotherapy plays a central role in the treatment of certain types of childhood primary central nervous system tumors. However, damage to surrounding normal brain tissue causes different acute and chronic medical and neurological complications. Despite the expected increase in number of childhood primary central nervous system tumor(More)
Eduardo Netto is on the academic faculty at the University Estácio de Sá and is the Group Fitness Director of the Body Tech Health Club, in Rio de Janeiro. He graduated with a bachelor degree in Physical Education, a Post Graduate in Fitness Conditioning, has a Master's degree in Human Motricity, and is currently pursuing his PHD in Medical Studies. He is(More)