Reading List April 2021
A collection of my interesting blogs, talks, researches I read in a month
My reading list April 2021
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ldin Vitis HLS:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu /usr/lib64
I prepare a guest lecture, just a introduction to Vitis High Level Synthesis, I prepare the slides, the lecture is to give everyone a easy, and formal approach to HLS. Including good coding and practice.
Anti-Money Laundering in Bitcoin: Experimenting with Graph Convolutional Networks for Financial Forensics: It’s interesting that Random Forest can be used to separate anomalies data, I see it is applied to many fields, from computer forensics, to bitcoin deanonymize, and hardware malware detector.
In Hardware We Trust: Enriching the World with Hardware Security: This year I plan to participate TCHES Hackevent 2021. We have a team of 3 already. I hope we can find one more member soon.
- Ptolemy: Architecture Support for Robust Deep Learning: This paper is the new state-of-the-art robust deep learning. By using path extraction, it can detect adversarial attack in inference time, with little overhead. If you’re looking of Robust deep learning, this is the best at the moment.
Ptolemyhas everything: Software, Hardware, Architect, ISA.