Covert Computation in Self-Assembled Circuits

@inproceedings{Cantu2019CovertCI,
  title={Covert Computation in Self-Assembled Circuits},
  author={Angel A. Cantu and Austin Luchsinger and Robert T. Schweller and Tim Wylie},
  booktitle={ICALP},
  year={2019}
}
  • Angel A. Cantu, Austin Luchsinger, +1 author Tim Wylie
  • Published in ICALP 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Traditionally, computation within self-assembly models is hard to conceal because the self-assembly process generates a crystalline assembly whose computational history is inherently part of the structure itself. With no way to remove information from the computation, this computational model offers a unique problem: how can computational input and computation be hidden while still computing and reporting the final output? Designing such systems is inherently motivated by privacy concerns in… CONTINUE READING

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