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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The involvement of third parties in the integrated circuit design and fabrication flow has introduced severe security concerns, including intellectual property piracy, reverse engineering and the insertion of malicious circuits known as hardware Trojans. Logic locking has emerged as a prominent technique to counter these security threats by protecting the integrity of integrated circuits through functional and structural obfuscation. In recent years, a great number of locking schemes has beendoi:10.1007/978-3-030-52794-5_11 fatcat:bb2abv35gngklj466o55vh7ipi