An Evolvable Hardware FPGA for Adaptive Hardware

@inproceedings{Haddow2000AnEH,
  title={An Evolvable Hardware FPGA for Adaptive Hardware},
  author={Pauline C. Haddow and Gunnar Tufte},
  year={2000}
}
Can we realise the opportunities that lie in design by evolution by using traditional technologies or are there better technologies which will allow us to fully realise the potential inherent in evolvable hardware? In this paper we consider the characteristics of evolvable hardware — especially for adaptive design, and discuss the demands that these characteristics place on the underlying technology. We suggest a potential alternative to today’s FPGA technology. The proposed architecture is… CONTINUE READING
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