Physically Unclonable Functions : Constructions , Properties and Applications

@inproceedings{Maes2012PhysicallyUF,
  title={Physically Unclonable Functions : Constructions , Properties and Applications},
  author={Roel Maes},
  year={2012}
}
Physically unclonable functions or PUFs are innovative physical security primitives which produce unclonable and inherent instance-specific measurements of physical objects; PUFs are in many ways the inanimate equivalent of biometrics for human beings. Since they are able to securely generate and store secrets, PUFs allow to bootstrap the physical implementation of an information security system. In this thesis, we discuss PUFs in all their facets: the multitude of their physical constructions… CONTINUE READING
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