Secure and robust error correction for physical unclonable functions

  title={Secure and robust error correction for physical unclonable functions},
  author={M. Yu and S. Devadas},
  journal={IEEE Design & Test of Computers},
  • M. Yu, S. Devadas
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Design & Test of Computers
  • Physical unclonable functions (PUFs) offer a promising mechanism that can be used in many security, protection, and digital rights management applications. One key issue is the stability of PUF responses that is often addressed by error correction codes. The authors propose a new syndrome coding scheme that limits the amount of leaked information by the PUF error-correcting codes. 
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