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USC-Viterbi School of Engineering: Groundbreaking Method Detects Defective Computer Chips

LOS ANGELES, California, Oct. 9 [TNSmaterialsresearch] -- The University of Southern California's Viterbi School of Engineering issued the following news release:

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- Technique also reverse-engineers computer chips to detect chip purpose

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Guaranteeing that computer chips, that can consist of billions of interconnected transistors, are manufactured without defects is a challenge. But how to determine if a chip is compromised? Now a tech . . .

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