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The First NASA/DOD Workshop on Evolvable Hardware
Pasadena, California
July 19-July 21
ISBN: 0-7695-0256-3
Table of Contents
Invited Talks
Welcome Address
Micro/Nano Systems for Future NASA Grand Challenges in Deep Space Exploration
DARPA's Adaptive Computing Systems Program
Identifying Requirements of Evolutionary Design Search, Exploration and Optimisation
Evolvable Hardware for Industrial Applications
Evolving Circuits by Means of Natural Selection
Explorations in Design Space: Can Evolutionary Algorithms Practically Search Beyond the Scope of Conventional Electronics Design?
Embriological Electronics
The Effects of Extreme Environments on Measurement Equipement
Dusting Off Some Old Evolvable Hardware
NASA Rediscovers Technology
1: Evolution on FPGAs
Gunnar Tufte, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Pauline C. Haddow, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 18
Ernesto Damiani, Universit? degli Studi di Milano
Andrea G. B. Tettamanzi, Universit? degli Studi di Milano
Valentino Liberali, Universit? degli Studi di Pavia
pp. 26
2: Evolution of Digital Functions
3: Evolution of Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuits
Ricardo Salem Zebulum, University of Sussex and Centro de Intelig?ncia Computacional Aplicada (ICA)
Marco Aurélio Pacheco, Centro de Intelig?ncia Computacional Aplicada (ICA)
Marley Vellasco, Centro de Intelig?ncia Computacional Aplicada (ICA)
pp. 66
Adrian Stoica, California Institute of Technology
Didier Keymeulen, California Institute of Technology
Raoul Tawel, California Institute of Technology
Carlos Salazar-Lazaro, California Institute of Technology
Wei-te Li, California Institute of Technology
pp. 76
4: Evolution of Cellular Automata and Brain-Inspired Architectures
Eric Mjolsness, California Institute of Technology
Elliot Meyerowitz, California Institute of Technology
Victoria Gor, California Institute of Technology
Tobias Mann, California Institute of Technology
pp. 139
5: Reconfiguration Architectures and Dynamic Reconfiguration
Guangming Lu, University of California at Irvine
Hartej Singh, University of California at Irvine
Ming-hau Lee, University of California at Irvine
Nader Bagherzadeh, University of California at Irvine
Fadi J. Kurdahi, University of California at Irvine
Eliseu M.C. Filho, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Vladimir Castro Alves, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 152
Reid Porter, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kevin McCabe, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Neil Bergmann, Queensland University of Technology
pp. 170
6: Advanced Reconfigurable Devices
K. Asari, Matsushita Electronics Corp, Osaka University and Stanford University
Y. Mitsuyama, Osaka University
T. Onoye, Osaka University
I. Shirakawa, Osaka University
H. Hirano, Matsushita Electronics Corp.
T. Honda, Matsushita Electronics Corp.
T. Otsuki, Matsushita Electronics Corp.
T. Baba, Panasonic Technologies Inc.
T. Meng, Stanford University
pp. 193
7: Applications to Design and Adaptation of Space Sub-Systems
Jordan Pollack, Brandeis University
Hod Lipson, Brandeis University
Pablo Funes, Brandeis University
Sevan Ficici, Brandeis University
Greg Hornby, Brandeis University
pp. 208
8: GA Applications
Tom Cwik, California Institute of Technology
Gerhard Klimeck, California Institute of Technology
pp. 242
Gerhard Klimeck, California Institute of Technology
Carlos H. Salazar-Lazaro, California Institute of Technology
Adrian Stoica, California Institute of Technology
Thomas Cwik, California Institute of Technology
pp. 247
Jason Masner, University of Idaho
John Cavalieri, University of Idaho
James Frenzel, University of Idaho
James A. Foster, University of Idaho
pp. 255
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