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  Data-driven anomaly detection with timing features for embedded systems
Lu S., Lysecky R.  ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems 24(3): 1-27, 2019. Type: Article

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to usher in the joys of connecting several house appliances and electronic devices via wired and wireless networks. But how should the rooted systems that support IoT provide security and privacy for online u...
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Oct 20 2021  
  A self-tuning design methodology for power-efficient multi-core systems
Sun J., Zheng R., Velamala J., Cao Y., Lysecky R., Shankar K., Roveda J.  ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems 18(1): 1-24, 2012. Type: Article

Higher voltages improve transistor switching times, but the speed achievable at a fixed voltage degrades with use. That degradation is also temperature specific. This means that a new multicore central processing unit (CPU) will have to either run...
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May 2 2013  
  A self-tuning cache architecture for embedded systems
Zhang C., Vahid F., Lysecky R.  ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems 3(2): 407-425, 2004. Type: Article

Tunable cache organization, particularly for embedded systems, is discussed in this paper. Its motivation is that 60 percent of the energy in embedded systems is spent in cache. To reduce such energy consumption--currently one of the main tre...
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Aug 10 2004  

   
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