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Hossain, F. S., Shintani, M., Inoue, M., Orailoglu, A..  2018.  Variation-Aware Hardware Trojan Detection through Power Side-Channel. 2018 IEEE International Test Conference (ITC). :1-10.

A hardware Trojan (HT) denotes the malicious addition or modification of circuit elements. The purpose of this work is to improve the HT detection sensitivity in ICs using power side-channel analysis. This paper presents three detection techniques in power based side-channel analysis by increasing Trojan-to-circuit power consumption and reducing the variation effect in the detection threshold. Incorporating the three proposed methods has demonstrated that a realistic fine-grain circuit partitioning and an improved pattern set to increase HT activation chances can magnify Trojan detectability.