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The Second NASA/DoD Workshop on Evolvable Hardware (EH'00)
Palo Alto, California
July 13-July 15
ISBN: 0-7695-0762-X
Table of Contents
Invited Talks
The Real Message of Configurable Hardware
Evolvable Hardware for Industrial Applications
Some Observations on the Evolvability of Evolutionary Computation Systems
Evolving Circuits by Means of Natural Selection
Software Systems for Modeling Morphogenesis
Does Evolvable Hardware Have to Evolve?
1: Algorithms
Ho-Sik Seok, Seoul National University
Kwang-Ju Lee, Seoul National University
Byoung-Tak Zhang, Seoul National University
Dong-Wook Lee, Chung-Ang University
Kwee-Bo Sim, Chung-Ang University
pp. 25
2: From Biology to Robotics
3. Evolvability
4. Evolution of Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits
Ricardo Salem Zebulum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Cristina Costa Santini, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Helio Takahiro Sinohara, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Marco Aurélio C. Pacheco, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Marley Maria R. Vellasco, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Moisés H. Szwarcman, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 91
A. Stoica, California Institute of Technology
D. Keymeulen, California Institute of Technology
R. Zebulum, California Institute of Technology
A. Thakoor, California Institute of Technology
T. Daud, California Institute of Technology
G. Klimeck, California Institute of Technology
Y. Jin, California Institute of Technology
R. Tawel, California Institute of Technology
V. Duong, California Institute of Technology
pp. 99
Neil Marston, Electrotechnical Laboratory
Eiichi Takahashi, Electrotechnical Laboratory
Masahiro Murakawa, Electrotechnical Laboratory
Yuji Kasai, Electrotechnical Laboratory
Tetsuya Higuchi, Electrotechnical Laboratory
Toshio Adachi, Asahi Kasei Microsystems
Kaoru Takasuka, Asahi Kasei Microsystems
pp. 125
5. Evolution of Digital Functions
Gunnar Tufte, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Pauline C. Haddow, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 143
6. Reconfiguration Architecture and Devices
Chong H. Lee, Portland State University
Marek A. Perkowski, Portland State University
Douglas V. Hall, Portland State University
David S. Jun, Portland State University
pp. 183
7. Evolution of CA and Brain- Inspired Architecture
Daniel Mange, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Moshe Sipper, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
André Stauffer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Gianluca Tempesti, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
pp. 205
8. Real World Applications
Ron Levy, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Stefano Lepri, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Eduardo Sanchez, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Gilles Ritter, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Moshe Sipper, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
pp. 237
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