Garbled EDA: Privacy Preserving Electronic Design Automation

@article{Hashemi2022GarbledEP,
  title={Garbled EDA: Privacy Preserving Electronic Design Automation},
  author={Mohammad Hashemi and Steffi Roy and Fatemeh Ganji and Domenic Forte},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2208.03822}
}
The complexity of modern integrated circuits (ICs) necessitates collaboration between multiple distrusting parties, including third-party intellectual property (3PIP) vendors, design houses, CAD/EDA tool vendors, and foundries, which jeopardizes confidentiality and integrity of each party’s IP. IP protection standards and the existing techniques proposed by researchers are ad hoc and vulnerable to numerous structural, functional, and/or side-channel attacks. Our framework, Garbled EDA, proposes… 

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