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Nanocomputing: Small Devices, Large Dependability Challenges

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Nanoscale digitization will be an essential lever to foster the emerging cyberphysical systems. Thanks to the widespread presence of IT and communication capabilities far beyond today's Internet and wireless networking capabilities, future highly pervasive embedded systems will feature smart objects (sensors and actuators) fully merged with the environment in which they're deployed. This will result in enhanced ambient services spanning the everyday life of citizens, thus improving our quality of life, increasing awareness of resources and the environment, and enriching the user experience.

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 1 )