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Promises and challenges of evolvable hardware
Evolvable hardware (EHW) has attracted increasing attention since the early 1990s with the advent of easily reconfigurable hardware, such as field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). It promises toExpand
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Evolutionary ensembles with negative correlation learning
Based on negative correlation learning and evolutionary learning, this paper presents evolutionary ensembles with negative correlation learning (EENCL) to address the issues of automaticExpand
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Real-world applications of analog and digital evolvable hardware
In contrast to conventional hardware where the structure is irreversibly fixed in the design process, evolvable hardware (EHW) is designed to adapt to changes in task requirements or changes in theExpand
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Analogue EHW Chip for Intermediate Frequency Filters
This paper describes an analogue EHW (Evolvable Hardware) chip for Intermediate Frequency (IF) filters, which are widely used in cellular phones. When analogue Integrated Circuits (ICs) andExpand
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A Gate-Level EHW Chip: Implementing GA Operations and Reconfigurable Hardware on a Single LSI
The advantage of Evolvable Hardware (EHW) over traditional hardware is its capacity for dynamic and autonomous adaptation, which is achieved through by Genetic Algorithms (GAs). In most EHWExpand
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The GRD Chip: Genetic Reconfiguration of DSPs for Neural Network Processing
This paper describes the GRD (Genetic Reconfiguration of DSPs) chip, which is evolvable hardware designed for neural network applications. The GRD chip is a building block for the configuration of aExpand
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Evolvable hardware with genetic learning
This paper describes Evolvable Hardware (EHW) with genetic learning. EHW is hardware which is built on programmable logic devices (e.g. PLD and FPGA) and whose architecture can be reconfigured byExpand
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Hardware Evolution at Function Level
This paper describes a function-level Evolvable Hardware (EHW). EHW is hardware which is built on programmable logic devices (e.g. PLD and FPGA) and whose architecture can be reconfigured by using aExpand
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ATM Cell Scheduling by Function Level Evolvable Hardware
In this paper, we study the possibility of using Evolvable Hardware (EHW) for scheduling real-time traffic in Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks. EHW is hardware which is built on programmableExpand
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