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IEEE Design&Test Vol. 36, Issue 2

IEEE Design&Test Vol. 36, Issue 2
Speaker:
Intelligent Resource-Constrained Sensor Nodes
Location:

IEEE Explorer

Date: March/April
Design & Test

Magazine
Volume 36, Issue 2 (March/April)

Highlights
Special Section on "Intelligent Resource-Constrained Sensor Nodes"
General Interest Paper by Kyuseung Han, Jae-Jin Lee,  Woojoo Lee, and Jinho Lee "A Diagnosable Network-on-Chip for FPGA Verification of Intellectual Properties"
General Interest Paper by Arunmozhi Manimuthu and Ramesh Ramadoss, "Absolute Energy Routing and Real-Time Power Monitoring for Grid-Connected Distribution Networks"
Conference Report by R. Iris Bahar, "Recap of the 37th Edition of the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD 2018)"

March/April 2019 Content


From the EIC
Special Section on Intelligent Resource-Constrained Sensor Nodes
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Special Section on Intelligent Resource-Constrained Sensor Nodes
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Intelligent Resource-Constrained Sensor Nodes
  Following continued system miniaturization for over past five decades, the size of unit computing has been steadily shrinking. In the foreseeable future, computing will be all around us, in mostly invisible forms, and is expected to lead more than 50 billion Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, at the forefront of which will be distributed sensing nodes acting as the eyes and ears of IoT.
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Context-Aware Intelligence in Resource-Constrained IoT Nodes: Opportunities and Challenges
  This article provides an academic perspective of the problem, starting with a survey of recent advances in intelligent sensing, computation, communication, and energy management for resource-constrained IoT sensor nodes and leading to a future outlook and needs.. read more.
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Edge Intelligence—On the Challenging Road to a Trillion Smart Connected IoT Devices
  This article provides an industry and government perspective to the problem of intelligence resource constrained IoT nodes and presents the vision of the future and important technologies that might play a strong role in enabling the vision of trillion smart connected sensors. read more.
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The Internet of Tiny Things: Recent Advances of Millimeter-Scale Computing
  This article presents a summary of the state-of-the-art advances in mm-scale computing focusing on the mm3 platform. read more.
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Intelligent IoT Motes: Preventing Their Abuse at the Weakest Entry Point
  This article from Intel Labs, presents security challenges for resource-constrained IoT devices. It points out that, due to the limited resource availability, IoT nodes could be the weakest security link in the massive IoT networks and presents current best-practices and future security needs for IoT devices read more.
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General Interest Papers
A Diagnosable Network-on-Chip for FPGA Verification of Intellectual Properties
  Debug and validation are important steps required to ensure that systems-on-chip satisfies the design specs. This article presents an elegant diagnosis technique integrated within the network-on-chip infrastructure. read more
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Absolute Energy Routing and Real-Time Power Monitoring for Grid-Connected Distribution Networks
  This article proposes a framework for energy-aware network routing architecture suitable for both active and passive data, and energy management is proposed. read more
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Departments
Conference Reports: Recap of the 37th Edition of the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD 2018)
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I Have Met the IoT Security Enemy and He Is Us
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