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The Third NASA/DoD Workshop on Evolvable Hardware
Long Beach, Cailfornia
July 12-July 14
ISBN: 0-7695-1180-5
Table of Contents
Invited Talks
Evolvable Hardware for Space Exploration
What Evolvable Hardware Still Can't Do
Evolvable Hardware for Industrial Applications
Evolving Molecular Circuits by Means of Natural Selection
Nanotechnology in Information Processing: Opportunities and Challenges
Evolutionary Design for Robot Configuration Design
Panel
The Future of Reconfigurable Computing Technologies: Industry Viewpoint
1. From Biology to Robotics
2. Evolution of Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuits
Adrian Stoica, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Ricardo Zebulum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Didier Keymeulen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
pp. 0033
Cristina Costa Santini, ICA: Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory,
Marco Aurélio C. Pacheco, ICA: Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory,
Marley Maria R. Vellasco, ICA: Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory,
Moisés H. Szwarcman, ICA: Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory,
Ricardo Zebulum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
pp. 0036
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
pp. 0044
3. Survivable and Flexible Hardware
Joseph H. Saleh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Daniel E. Hastings, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dava J. Newman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 0059
A. Stoica, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
D. Keymeulen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
R. Zebulum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
pp. 0093
4. Evolution of Digital Functions
Pauline C. Haddow, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Gunnar Tufte, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 0109
Julian F. Miller, University of Birmingham
Morten Hartmann, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 0116
5. Evolution of Signal Processing Circuits
Thorsten Schnier, The University of Birmingham
Xin Yao, The University of Birmingham
Pin Liu, Marconi plc, Discovery Court
pp. 0136
Oscar Castillo, Tijuana Institute of Technology
Patricia Melin, Tijuana Institute of Technology
Oscar Montiel, National Polytechnic Institute
Roberto Sepulveda, National Polytechnic Institute
pp. 0146
6. Reconfiguration Architecture and Devices
J.M. Moreno Arostegui, Technical University of Catalunya
J. Cabestany, Technical University of Catalunya
E. Sanchez, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
pp. 0157
R. Timothy Edwards, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
C.-J. Kim, UCLA
pp. 0167
Jorg Langeheine, Heidelberg University
Joachim Becker, Heidelberg University
Simon Foiling, Heidelberg University
Karlheinz Meier, Heidelberg University
Johannes Schemmel, Heidelberg University
pp. 0172
7. Evolution of CA and Brain-Inspired Architecture
Andre Stauffer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Daniel Mange, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Gianluca Tempesti, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Christof Teuscher, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
pp. 0185
8. Evolvability
9. Applications
Ann Garrison Darrin, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Richard Conde, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Bobbie Chern, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Phil Luers, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Steve Jurczyk, NASA Langley Research Center
Carl Mills, NASA Langley Research Center
pp. 0256
Reid Porter, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Maya Gokhale Neal Harvey, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Simon Perkins, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Cody Young, Los Alamos National Laboratory
pp. 0261
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