Correlation Power Analysis (CPA) is a commonly used side-channel attack (SCA) on cryptographic devices, which analyzes power consumption to extract secret information like cryptographic keys. In this work, we have developed an open-source side-channel evaluation platform to evaluate the resilience of a range of devices to SCAs. Our platform includes an… (More)
Since the first community antenna television (CATV) system was deployed in 1948, cable technology has advanced at an astounding rate. Today, multiple service providers (MSOs) are competing with telephone companies to deliver the long sought 'triple play' of voice, video and data to residential and business premises. Upstream data rates have progressed from… (More)
Structural support vector machines (SSVMs) are amongst the best performing methods for structured computer vision tasks, such as semantic image segmentation or human pose estimation. Training SSVMs, however, is com-putationally costly, because it requires repeated calls to a structured prediction subroutine (called max-oracle), which has to solve an… (More)
BACKGROUND Reducing maternal and neonatal deaths are important global health priorities. We have previously shown that up to a country-level caesarean delivery rate (CDRs) of roughly 19·0%, cesarean delivery rates and maternal mortality ratio (MMR) and neonatal mortality rate (NMR) were inversely correlated. We investigated the absolute reductions in… (More)
In high-income countries, medical interventions to address the known risks associated with pregnancy and birth have been largely successful and have resulted in very low levels of maternal and neonatal mortality. In this Series paper, we present the main care delivery models, with case studies of the USA and Sweden, and examine the main drivers of these… (More)
1 Introduction • Software will always be vulnerable to attacks. • Existing techniques for prevention are slow to detect attacks. • Need a way for cloud platforms to provide security functionality as a service.
—We conducted a study to investigate trust in and dependence upon robotic decision support among nurses and doctors on a labor and delivery floor. There is evidence that suggestions provided by embodied agents engender inappropriate degrees of trust and reliance among humans. This concern is a critical barrier that must be addressed before fielding… (More)