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Evolvable Hardware, NASA/DoD Conference on (2005)
Washington DC,
June 29, 2005 to July 1, 2005
ISSN: 1550-6029
ISBN: 0-7695-2399-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Session 4: Real-World Applications

Preface (PDF)

pp. ix
Cover

Title Pages (PDF)

pp. i-iv
Introduction

Program Committee (PDF)

pp. xi-xii
Session 1: Evolution of Analog and Control Systems

Enabling the On-line Intrinsic Evolution of Analog Controllers (Abstract)

David A. Gwaltney , NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Michael I. Ferguson , California Institute of Technology
pp. 3-11

Hardware Evolution of Analog Circuits for In-situ Robotic Fault-Recovery (Abstract)

Nicol?s Est?vez , Cornell University
Hod Lipson , Cornell University
Dmitry Berenson , Cornell University
pp. 12-19

EARP-1 - An Evolvable Analog Research Platform (Abstract)

Garrison W. Greenwood , Portland State University
David Hunter , Portland State University
Ed Ramsden , Williams Controls Inc.
pp. 20-25
Session 2: Evolution of Digital Systems

A VHDL Core for Intrinsic Evolution of Discrete Time Filters with Signal Feedback (Abstract)

Kenneth Dutton , Jacobs Sverdrup Company
David A. Gwaltney , NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
pp. 43-50

Automatic Discovery of RTL Benchmark Circuits with Predefined Testability Properties (Abstract)

Luk? Sekanina , Brno University of Technology
Josef Strnadel , Brno University of Technology
Zdenek Kot?sek , Brno University of Technology
Tom?s Pecenka , Brno University of Technology
pp. 51-58

On Evolution of Relatively Large Combinational Logic Circuits (Abstract)

T. Kalganova , Brunel University
N. Lipnitsakya , Belarusian State University
Y. Yatskevich , Belarusian State University
C. Lambert , Brunel University
pp. 59-66

Evolutionary Discovering of the Concept of the Discrete State at the Transistor Level (Abstract)

Lukas Sekanina , Brno University of Technology
Ricardo S. Zebulum , California Institute of Technology
pp. 73-78

Evolved Digital Circuits and Genome Complexity (Abstract)

Morten Hartmann , Complex Adaptive Organically-Inspired Systems Group (CAOS)
Pauline C. Haddow , Complex Adaptive Organically-Inspired Systems Group (CAOS)
Per Kristian Lehre , Complex Adaptive Organically-Inspired Systems Group (CAOS)
pp. 79-86

Evolution of Asynchronous Sequential Circuits (Abstract)

L. Karthik Singaram , Anna University
A. P. Shanthi , Anna University
Ranjani Parthasarathi , Anna University
pp. 93-96
Session 3: Fault Tolerance and Survivability

Autonomous FPGA Fault Handling through Competitive Runtime Reconfiguration (Abstract)

Ronald F. DeMara , University of Central Florida
Kening Zhang , University of Central Florida
pp. 109-116

Robust Neural Networks Using Motes (Abstract)

James M. Hereford , Murray State University
Tuze Kuyucu , Murray State University
pp. 117-124
Session 4: Real-World Applications

Evolutionary Computation Technologies for the Automated Design of Space Systems (Abstract)

Richard J. Terrile , California Institute of Technology
Hrand Aghazarian , California Institute of Technology
Wolfgang Fink , California Institute of Technology
Terrance L. Huntsberger , California Institute of Technology
Seungwon Lee , California Institute of Technology
Michael I. Ferguson , California Institute of Technology
Gerhard Klimeck , California Institute of Technology
Didier Keymeulen , California Institute of Technology
Mark A. Kordon , California Institute of Technology
Paul von Allmen , California Institute of Technology
pp. 131-138

An Evolvable Antenna Platform Based on Reconfigurable Reflectarrays (Abstract)

Robert J. Davies , University of Calgary
Sean V. Hum , University of Calgary
Michal Okoniewski , University of Calgary
pp. 139-146

New Research on Scalability of Lossless Image Compression by GP Engine (Abstract)

He Jingsong , Nature Inspired Computing Allied Lab
Wang Jiying , University of Science and Technology of China
Wang Xufa , Nature Inspired Computing Allied Lab
Zhang Min , University of Science and Technology of China
pp. 160-164

Evolving Assembly Plans for Fully Automated Design and Assembly (Abstract)

John Rieffel , Brandeis University
Jordan Pollack , Brandeis University
pp. 165-170
Session 5: Novel Technologies for Space (Invited Papers)

Large Scale Deployment and Operation of Distributed Sensor Assets Optimized for Robust Mars Exploration (Abstract)

Mark Adams , ENSCO, Inc.
Donna Manobianco , Mano Nanotechnologies, Inc.
Sean George , Charles Stark Draper Laboratory
James Bickford , Charles Stark Draper Laboratory
John Manobianco , ENSCO, Inc.
pp. 173-182

Non-Evolvable Indirectly Replicating Nanorobots with Self-Assembling Parts (Abstract)

Tihamer Toth-Fejel , General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
pp. 183-192

Space Bionanorobotic Systems: Design and Applications (Abstract)

Ajay Ummat , Northeastern University
Constantinos Mavroidis , Northeastern University
pp. 193-202
Session 6: Evolvability

Co-evolutionary Variance Can Guide Physical Testing in Evolutionary System Identification (Abstract)

Josh Bongard , Cornell University
Viktor Zykov , Cornell University
Hod Lipson , Cornell University
pp. 213-220

Complexity Metrics for Self-monitoring Impact Sensing Networks (Abstract)

Mikhail Prokopenko , CSIRO ICT Centre
Don Price , CSIRO ICT Centre
Peter Wang , CSIRO ICT Centre
pp. 239-246

A Reconfigurable Continuous Time Recurrent Neural Network for Evolvable Hardware Applications (Abstract)

John C. Gallagher , Wright State University
Saranyan Vigraham , Wright State University
Sanjay K. Boddhu , Wright State University
pp. 247-250
Session 7: Embyonics and Bio-Inspired Architectures

A Move Processor for Bio-Inspired Systems (Abstract)

Ralph Hoffmann , Ecole Polytechnique F?d?rale de Lausanne
Gianluca Tempesti , Ecole Polytechnique F?d?rale de Lausanne
Pierre-Andr? Mudry , Ecole Polytechnique F?d?rale de Lausanne
pp. 262-271

Development Brings Scalability to Hardware Evolution (Abstract)

Timothy G.W. Gordon , University College London
Peter J. Bentley , University College London
pp. 272-279

Survivability of Embryonic Memories: Analysis and Design Principles (Abstract)

Lucian Prodan , "Politehnica" University
Mihai Udrescu , "Politehnica" University
Mircea Vladutiu , "Politehnica" University
pp. 280-289

Embryonic Machines That Grow, Self-Replicate and Self-Repair (Abstract)

Daniel Mange , Logic Systems Laboratory
Andr? Stauffer , Logic Systems Laboratory
Gianluca Tempesti , Logic Systems Laboratory
pp. 290-293

Cellular Learning Automata based Evolutionary Computing (CLA-EC) for Intrinsic Hardware Evolution (Abstract)

K. Navi , Shahid Beheshti University, Iran
M. S. Zamani , Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
R. Rastegar , Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
M. R. Meybodi , Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran
A. Hariri , Shahid Beheshti University, Iran
pp. 294-297
Session 8: New Avenues for Evolvable Hardware
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