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In the era of artificial intelligent (AI), deep neural networks (DNN) have achieved accuracy on par with humans on a variety of recognition tasks. However, the high computation and storage

In the era of artificial intelligent (AI), deep neural networks (DNN) have achieved accuracy on par with humans on a variety of recognition tasks. However, the high computation and storage requirement of DNN training and inference have posed challenges to deploying or locally training the DNNs on mobile and wearable devices. Energy-efficient hardware innovation from circuit to architecture level is required.In this dissertation, a smart electrocardiogram (ECG) processor is first presented for ECG-based authentication as well as cardiac monitoring.

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