Mohammad Abdur Rouf

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Faults in control flow-changing instructions are critical for correct execution because the faults could change the behavior of programs very differently from what they are expected to show. The conventional techniques to deal with control flow vulnerability typically add extra instructions to detect control flow-related faults, which increase both static(More)
Due to device miniaturization and reducing supply voltage, embedded systems are becoming more susceptible to transient faults. Specifically, faults in control flow can change the execution sequence, which might be catastrophic for safety critical applications. Many techniques are devised using software, hardware or software-hardware co-design for control(More)
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