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An Efficient Knapsack-Based Approach for Calculating the Worst-Case Demand of AVR Tasks
(Virginia Tech, 2019-02-01)
Engine-triggered tasks are real-time tasks that are released when the crankshaft arrives at certain positions in its path of rotation. This makes the rate of release of these jobs a function of the crankshaft's angular ...
Architecture Support for Countermeasures against Side-Channel Analysis and Fault Attack
(Virginia Tech, 2019)
The cryptographic algorithms are designed to be mathematically secure; however, side-channel analysis attacks go beyond mathematics by taking measurements of the device’s electrical activity to reveal the secret data of a ...
Validation of EcoRouting and an Analysis of the Impact of Traffic on Route Choice
(Virginia Tech, 2019-05-15)
Battery Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles are increasingly becoming more popular in recent years. Stricter regulations from government agencies to curb emissions and reduce impact on climate have led to automobile ...
Indexing Large Permutations in Hardware
(Virginia Tech, 2019-06-07)
Generating unbiased permutations at run time has traditionally been accomplished through application specific optimized combinational logic and has been limited to very small permutations. For generating unbiased permutations ...