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Evolvable Hardware, NASA/DoD Conference on (2000)
Palo Alto, California
July 13, 2000 to July 15, 2000
ISBN: 0-7695-0762-X
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface (PDF)

pp. ix
Invited Talks
1: Algorithms

Genetic Programming of Process Decomposition Strategies for Evolvable Hardware (Abstract)

Kwee-Bo Sim , Chung-Ang University
Byoung-Tak Zhang , Seoul National University
Kwang-Ju Lee , Seoul National University
Ho-Sik Seok , Seoul National University
Dong-Wook Lee , Chung-Ang University
pp. 25
2: From Biology to Robotics

The GOLEM Project: Evolving Hardware Bodies and Brains (Abstract)

Hod Lipson , Brandeis University
Jordan B. Pollack , Brandeis University
pp. 37
3. Evolvability

The Test Vector Problem and Limitations to Evolving Digital Circuits (Abstract)

Axel W. Krings , University of Idaho
James A. Foster , University of Idaho
Kosuke Imamura , University of Idaho
pp. 75
4. Evolution of Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits

A Reconfigurable Platform for the Automatic Synthesis of Analog Circuits (Abstract)

Moisés H. Szwarcman , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Marley Maria R. Vellasco , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Ricardo Salem Zebulum , Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Marco Aurélio C. Pacheco , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Helio Takahiro Sinohara , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Cristina Costa Santini , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 91

Evolution of Analog Circuits on Field Programmable Transistor Arrays (Abstract)

A. Thakoor , California Institute of Technology
Y. Jin , California Institute of Technology
V. Duong , California Institute of Technology
D. Keymeulen , California Institute of Technology
R. Zebulum , California Institute of Technology
G. Klimeck , California Institute of Technology
T. Daud , California Institute of Technology
A. Stoica , California Institute of Technology
R. Tawel , California Institute of Technology
pp. 99

An Evolutionary Approach to GHz Digital Systems (Abstract)

Toshio Adachi , Asahi Kasei Microsystems
Eiichi Takahashi , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Tetsuya Higuchi , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Kaoru Takasuka , Asahi Kasei Microsystems
Neil Marston , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Masahiro Murakawa , Electrotechnical Laboratory
Yuji Kasai , Electrotechnical Laboratory
pp. 125

Multiobjective Optimization Techniques: A Study of the Energy Minimization Method and Its Application to the Synthesis of Ota Amplifiers (Abstract)

Ricardo Salem Zebulum , Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Marco Aurélio Cavalcanti Pacheco , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Marley B.R. Vellasco , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Milton Jonathan , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 133
5. Evolution of Digital Functions

Evolving an Adaptive Digital Filter (Abstract)

Gunnar Tufte , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Pauline C. Haddow , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 143

Towards the Automatic Design of More Efficient Digital Circuits (Abstract)

Vesselin K. Vassilev , Napier University
Julian F. Miller , University of Birmingham
Dominic Job , Napier University
pp. 151

Evolutionary Multiobjective Design of Combinational Logic Circuits (Abstract)

Bill P. Buckles , Tulane University
Carlos A. Coello Coello , Laboratorio Nacional de Inform?tica Avanzada
Arturo Hernández Aguirre , Tulane University
pp. 161
6. Reconfiguration Architecture and Devices

Evolving Hardware on a Large Scale (Abstract)

Gregory Jeffery , Red Rock Computer
Gary Fehr , Genobyte, Inc.
Michael Korkin , Genobyte, Inc.
pp. 173

Self-Repairable EPLDs: Design, Self-Repair, and Evaluation Methodology (Abstract)

Douglas V. Hall , Portland State University
Marek A. Perkowski , Portland State University
Chong H. Lee , Portland State University
David S. Jun , Portland State University
pp. 183

Safe Intrinsic Evolution of Virtex Devices (Abstract)

Gordon Hollingworth , University of York
Andy Tyrrell , University of York
Steve Smith , University of York
pp. 195
7. Evolution of CA and Brain- Inspired Architecture

Toward Self-Repairing and Self-Replicating Hardware: The Embryonics Approach (Abstract)

Moshe Sipper , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Daniel Mange , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
André Stauffer , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Gianluca Tempesti , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
pp. 205

Embryonics + Immunotronics: A Bio-Inspired Approach to Fault Tolerance (Abstract)

Cesar Ortega-Sanchez , University of York
Andy Tyrrell , University of York
Daryl Bradley , University of York
pp. 215

Building Multimodule Systems with Unlimited Evolvable Capacities from Modules with Limited Evolvable Capacities (MECs) (Abstract)

Hugo de Garis , STARLAB
Jean Honlet , Universite Catholique de Louvain
Derek Decesare , Utah State University
Padma Guttikonda , Utah State University
Thierry Dob , Universite Catholique de Louvain
Andrzej Buller , STARLAB
pp. 225
8. Real World Applications

Slate of the Art: An Evolving FPGA-Based Board for Handwritten-Digit Recognition (Abstract)

Ron Levy , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Moshe Sipper , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Gilles Ritter , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Eduardo Sanchez , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Stefano Lepri , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
pp. 237

Kernel-Based Pattern Recognition Hardware: Its Design Methodology Using Evolved Truth Tables (Abstract)

Moritoshi Yasunaga , University of Tsukuba
Ikuo Yoshihara , Miyazaki University
Jung H. Kim , University of Louisiana
Taro Nakamura , University of Tsukuba
pp. 253

Index of Authors (PDF)

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