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Recent Advances in Photonic Physical Unclonable Functions

Abstract : This special session paper discusses recent advances on photonic physical unclonable functions (PUFs), providing a broader overview of and motivation for photonic PUFs. We discuss their potential advantages, such as a higher entropy, larger complexity, and possibly better resilience against machine learning attacks. We also deal with some recent implementations based on linear and non-linear optics, alongside with their main advantages and limitations.
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Fabio Pavanello, Ian O'Connor, Ulrich Rührmair, Amy Foster, Dimitris Syvridis. Recent Advances in Photonic Physical Unclonable Functions. 2021 26th IEEE European Test Symposium (ETS), May 2021, BRUGES, Belgium. ⟨hal-03336585⟩

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