This program is a graphical user interface for measuring and performing inter-active analysis of physical unclonable functions (PUFs). It is intended for demonstration and education purposes. See license.txt for license details. The program features a PUF visualization that demonstrates how signatures differ between PUFs and how they exhibit noise over repeated measurements. A similarity scoreboard shows the user how close the current measurement is to the closest chip signatures in the database. Other metrics such as average noise and inter-chip Hamming distances are presented to the user. Randomness tests published in NIST SP 800-22 can be computed and displayed. Noise and inter-chip histograms for the sample of PUFs and repeated PUF measurements can be drawn.
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Open Source Software package available from Sandia National Laboratory at the following URL: http://turley/spat/dist-v1.2.tar.gz
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numpy, matplotlib, scipy
Sandia National Laboratory
Ryan Helinski, Mitch Martin, Jason Hamlet, Bijan Fakhri, Todd Bauer
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Title: Sandia PUF Analysis Tool
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