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Evolvable Hardware, NASA/DoD Conference on (2002)
Alexandria, Virginia
July 15, 2002 to July 18, 2002
ISBN: 0-7695-1718-8
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Preface (PDF)

pp. viii

Group Posters (PDF)

pp. xi
Invited Talks

We Need Assurance (PDF)

Brian Snow , National Security Agency
pp. 3

Dependable Reconfigurable Computing Design Diversity and Self Repair (PDF)

Edward J. McCluskey , Stanford University
Subhasish Mitra , Intel Corporation and Stanford University
pp. 5

Physical Support for Evolution in Reconfigurable Devices (PDF)

Peter Athanas , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
pp. 7

Getting Most Out of Evolutionary Approaches (Abstract)

Xin Yao , University of Birmingham
Yong Liu , University of Aizu
pp. 8
1. Evolution of Digital Systems

Evolvable Hardware for the Generation of Sequential Filter Circuits (Abstract)

Tughrul Arslan , University of Edinburgh
Robert Thomson , University of Edinburgh
pp. 17

The Robustness of Small Developped SBlock Circuits Using Different Clocking Schemes (Abstract)

Bernard Manderick , Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Piet van Remortel , Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Tom Lenaerts , Vrije Universiteit Brussel
pp. 26

Evolving Robust Digital Designs (Abstract)

Pauline Haddow , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Frode Eskelund , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Morten Hartmann , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 36

Self-Assembling Circuits with Autonomous Fault Handling (Abstract)

Lisa J. K. Durbeck , Cell Matrix Corporation
Nicholas J. Macias , Cell Matrix Corporation
pp. 46

On Two New Trends in Evolvable Hardware: Employment of HDL-Based Structuring, and Design of Multi-Functional Circuits (Abstract)

Adrian Stoica , California Institute of Technology
M. I. Ferguson , California Institute of Technology
Ricardo S. Zebulum , California Institute of Technology
Didier Keymeulen , California Institute of Technology
pp. 56

Gigahertz FPGAs with New Power Saving Techniques and Decoding Logic (Abstract)

J. F. McDonald , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Channakeshav , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
R. Kraft , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
K. Zhou , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 60
2. Evolution of Analog Systems

Evolving Circuits in Seconds: Experiments with a Stand-Alone Board-Level Evolvable System (Abstract)

Ricardo S. Zebulum , California Institute of Technology
Vu Duong , California Institute of Technology
M. I. Ferguson , California Institute of Technology
Didier Keymeulen , California Institute of Technology
Adrian Stoica , California Institute of Technology
pp. 67

Automated Design of Analog Circuits Using Cell-Based Structure (Abstract)

Soji Mori , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Nobuo Fujii , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Hajime Shibata , Analog Devices K.K.
pp. 85

Application of the Univariate Marginal Distribution Algorithm to Analog Circuit Design (Abstract)

Victor Kureichik , Taganrog State University of Radioengineering
Thilo Mahnig , Theoretical Foundation GMD Lab
Heinz Mühlenbein , Theoretical Foundation GMD Lab
Lyudmilla Zinchenko , Taganrog State University of Radioengineering
pp. 93

Chromosome Representation through Adjacency Matrix in Evolutionary Circuits Synthesis (Abstract)

A. Mesquita , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
P. Paulo Canazio , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Fabio A. Salazar , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 102
3. Evolution of Controllers

Towards Evolvable Analog Fuzzy Logic Controllers (Abstract)

Marco Aurélio C. Pacheco , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
José Franco Machado do Amaral , Rio de Janeiro State University
Cristina C. Santini , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Marley Maria R. Vellasco , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Jorge Luís Machado do Amaral , Rio de Janeiro State University
Ricardo Tanscheit , Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 123

How to Evolve Safe Control Strategies (PDF)

G. W. Greenwood , Portland State University
X. Song , Portland State University
pp. 129
4. Real World Applications

Evolving Optimal Parameters for Swarm Control (PDF)

Jennifer Golbeck , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 152

Coevolution of Form and Function in the Design of Micro Air Vehicles (Abstract)

Magdalena D. Bugajska , Naval Research Laboratory
Alan C. Schultz , Naval Research Laboratory
pp. 154
5. New Avenues for Evolvable Hardware

Evolution in materio: Looking Beyond the Silicon Box (Abstract)

Julian F. Miller , University of Birmingham
Keith Downing , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 167

Evolving Quantum Circuits Using Genetic Algorithm (Abstract)

Martin Lukac , Portland State University
Marek Perkowski , Portland State University
pp. 177

Evolution of Quantum Algorithms for Computer of Reversible Operators (PDF)

Amiran Khuskivadze , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Alvin J. Surkan , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
pp. 186
6. Cellular Automata

High-Performance Cellular Automata Random Number Generators for Embedded Probabilistic Computing Systems (Abstract)

Motoo Tanaka , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Richard J. Carter , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Greg Snider , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Barry Shackleford , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
pp. 191

Evolving Cellular Automata to Model Fluid Flow in Porous Media (Abstract)

Seong Lee , ChevronTexaco Exploration & Production Technology Company
Tina Yu , ChevronTexaco Information Technology Company
pp. 210
7. Embryonics and Bio-Inspired Architectures

The BioWall: An Electronic Tissue for Prototyping Bio-Inspired Systems (Abstract)

Daniel Mange , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
André Stauffer , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
Christof Teuscher , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
Gianluca Tempesti , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
pp. 221

Towards Development in Evolvable Hardware (Abstract)

Peter J. Bentley , University College London
Timothy G. W. Gordon , University College London
pp. 241

Circuit Morphologies and Ontogenies (Abstract)

R. Timothy Edwards , Johns Hopkins University
pp. 251

An Immunochip Architecture and Its Emulation (Abstract)

Alexander Tarakanov , Russian Academy of Sciences
Dipankar Dasgupta , University of Memphis
pp. 261

Towards an Artificial Neural Network Framework (Abstract)

Felix Schürmann , Heidelberg University
Karlheinz Meier , Heidelberg University
Steffen Hohmann , Heidelberg University
Johannes Schemmel , Heidelberg University
pp. 266
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 279
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