A Computer Scientist’s Evaluation of Publically Available Hardware Trojan Benchmarks [code]
Slayback, Scott (Michael)
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This archive contains 5 Verilog files developed as part of the thesis "A Computer Scientist’s Evaluation of Publically Available Hardware Trojan Benchmarks." These files are a provided as an aid to researchers who wish to verify conclusions drawn as part of this thesis or conduct additional research into the RS232 benchmarks found at trust-hub.org. The first two files are module libraries which are required for the synthesis of RS232-T1000 through RS232-T2000. The remaining files are test benches which can be used to conduct experiments on any of the benchmarks in the RS232 set. The author's thesis may be found at https://calhoun.nps.edu/handle/10945/47330.
This code supplements the author's thesis: https://calhoun.nps.edu/handle/10945/47330
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