Security Enabled New Term Weight Measure Technique with Data Driven for Next Generation Mobile Computing Networks

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Anil Kumar Budati
Shayla Islam
Mohammad Rafee Shaik
Chengamma Chitteti
T. Lakshmi Narayana


In the field of ASIC and FPGA, Machine Learning (ML) techniques play a major role and become predominant for accurate results for different applications like big data analysis and automotive electronics, and driverless vehicles which are required speed and power savings. Due to increasing the demand for higher accuracy, low power, low area consumption, and higher throughput for the complexity of the designs in the latest technology, the proposed system is fulfilling these demands in ASIC and FPGA domains, reconfigurable hardware architecture has been proposed it consists of an ML-based Support Vector Machine (SVM), high-speed AHB protocol and Floating point (FP) operations and also the system has the flexibility to communicate with I2C and I2S protocols. In order to increase throughput with minimal latency, the proposed architecture with AHB protocol and AHB to APB bridge is incorporated between the fabric dynamically reconfigurable multi-processor (FDPM) and peripherals along with security algorithms using SHA-256bits and AES. In order to perform ML-based applications, the proposed system is incorporated double-precision floating point (DPFP) arithmetic operations. The overall proposed architecture is developed in Verilog HDL and quality checking using the LINT tool and Clock Domain Crossing (CDC) using Spyglass tool and synthesized using DC compiler for ASIC and Vivado Design Suite 2018.1 for FPGA implementation and verification. The entire design is interfaced with the Zynq processor and SDK tool to verify data transfer between hardware and software. The obtained results show the generated custom accelerator is able to compute any complex ML classifiers for a larger amount of data. The obtained results are compared with existing state-of-art results and found that 18 % improvement in throughput, a 21 % improvement in power consumption savings, and a 34 % reduction in latency.

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Special Issue - Soft Computing & Artificial Intelligence for wire/wireless Human-Machine Interface Systems