Saeed Mirzamohammadi

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Modern mobile systems such as smartphones, tablets, and wearables contain a plethora of sensors such as camera, microphone, GPS, and accelerometer. Moreover, being mobile, these systems are with the user all the time, e.g., in user's purse or pocket. Therefore, mobile sensors can capture extremely sensitive and private information about the user including(More)
In heterogeneous architectures, FPGAs are not only expected to provide higher performance, but also to provide a more energy efficient solution for computationally intensive tasks. While parallelism and pipelining enhance performance on FPGA platforms, the data transfer rate from/to off-chip memory can cause performance degradation. We propose an automated(More)
Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, use notifications to inform their users of events. Some security- and privacy-related events are time-sensitive: the user must be notified immediately. In this paper, we perform a user study with 40 participants to understand the properties of such time-sensitive notifications. We specifically focus on sensor(More)
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