On the Difficulty of Inserting Trojans in Reversible Computing Architectures
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Fabrication-less design houses outsource their designs to third-party foundries to lower fabrication cost. However, this creates opportunities for a rogue in the semiconductor foundry to introduce hardware Trojans, which stay inactive most of the time and cause unintended consequences to the system when triggered. Hardware Trojans in traditional CMOSbased circuits have been studied, and Design-for-Trust (DFT) techniques have been proposed to detect them.
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Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC)