Wang Jiang Chau

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—Current SoC design trends are characterized by the integration of larger amount of IPs targeting a wide range of application fields. Such multi-application systems are constrained by a set of requirements. In such scenario network-on-chips (NoC) are becoming more important as the on-chip communication structure. Designing an optimal NoC for satisfying the(More)
— MPSoCs are able to support multiple applications on the same chip. This flexibility offered by the MPSoC also represents a vulnerability, turning the MPSoC security specially challenging. The goal of the designers is to provide MPSoC protection that meets the performance and security requirements of all the applications. The Network-on-chip (NoC)(More)
The continuous improvement on the design methodologies and processes has made possible the creation of huge and very complex digital systems. Design verification is one of the main tasks in the design flow, aiming to certify the system functionality has been accomplished accordingly to the specification. A simulation based technique known as functional(More)
MPSoCs have been proposed as a promising architecture choice to overcome the challenging embedded electronics requirements, characterized by tights development times and fast evolution of applications. The MPSoC flexibility, also represents a system vulnerability. As security requirements vary dramatically for different applications, the challenge is to(More)
Three-dimension Multiprocessors System-on-Chip (3D-MPSoCs) hold promises to allow the development of compact and efficient devices. By means of such technology, multiple applications are supported on the same chip, which can be mapped dynamically during the execution time. This flexibility offered by the 3D technology, also represents vulnerability, turning(More)