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IEEE Design&Test Vol. 35, Issue 2

IEEE Design&Test Vol. 35, Issue 2
Speaker:
Special Issue on Time-Critical Systems Design
Location:
IEEE Explorer
Date: March/April
Design & Test

Magazine
Volume 35, Issue 2 (March/April)

Highlights
Special Issue on "Time-Critical Systems Design"
Survey Paper by Sophie Dupuis, Marie-Lise Flottes, Giorgio Di Natale, and Bruno Rouzeyre "Protection Against Hardware Trojans With Logic Testing: Proposed Solutions and Challenges Ahead"
General Interest Paper by Elke De Mulder, Thomas Eisenbarth, and Patrick Schaumont, "Dongjun Xu, Ningmei Yu, Hantao Huang, Sai Manoj P. D., and Hao Yu"
Conference Report by Lothar Sri Parameswaran, R. Iris Bahar, and David Z. Pan "Report on the 2017 International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD)"
Conference Report by Jin-Fu Li and Jiun-Lang Huang "Report on 2017 IEEE Asian Test Symposium"

March/April 2018 Content


From the EIC
Time-Critical Systems Design
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Time-Critical Systems Design
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Special Issue on Time-Critical Systems Design
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Time-Critical Systems Design: A Survey
  Time-critical computing systems are enablers for various important application domains, like avionics, automotive, spacecraft, IoT etc. read more
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For Safety’s Sake: We Need a New Hardware-Software Contract!
  This article argues that the hardware-software contract exposed through instruction-set architecture should be extended for time-critical systems design. read more
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Mixed-Criticality Scheduling Theory: Scope, Promise, and Limitations
  This article provides a brief introduction to the mixed-criticality scheduling theory clearly demarcating its scope and limitations. read more.
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A Multicore Processor for Time-Critical Applications
  This article presents T-CREST many-core architecture specially designed and optimized for time-critical systems. read more
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Reconciling Time Predictability and Performance in Future Computing Systems
  This article presents hardware design approaches to achieve predictability with measurement-based timing analysis. read more
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Predictability Analysis of Interruptible Systems by Statistical Model Checking
  This article proposes a model comprising of a network of stochastic timed automata for predictability analysis of interruptible systems via statistical model checking. read more
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Keynote Paper
What Is Real Time Computing? A Personal View
  This article makes the case for embracing temporal properties as an integral part of the modeling paradigm in cyber-physical systems design. read more
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Survey Paper
Protection Against Hardware Trojans With Logic Testing: Proposed Solutions and Challenges Ahead
  Hardware Trojans have emerged as an insidious problem in the global electronics supply chain. read more
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General Interest Papers
Q-Learning-Based Voltage-Swing Tuning and Compensation for 2.5-D Memory-Logic Integration
  In this paper, an efficient I/Q management with Q-learning-based transmitter swing adjustment and receiver compensation is developed for energy-efficient 2.5-D memory-logic integration. read more
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Departments
Report on the 2017 International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD)
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Report on 2017 IEEE Asian Test Symposium
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Real Time, Real People
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