Corpus ID: 16572375

Evolution by Means of Genetic Programming of Analog Circuits that Perform Digital Functions

@inproceedings{Bennett1999EvolutionBM,
  title={Evolution by Means of Genetic Programming of Analog Circuits that Perform Digital Functions},
  author={F. H. Bennett and J. Koza and M. Keane and Jessen Yu and W. Mydlowec and O. Stiffelman},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={1999}
}
This paper demonstrates the ability of genetic programming to evolve analog circuits that perform digital functions and mixed analog-digital circuits. The evolved circuits include two purely digital circuits (a 100 nano-second NAND circuit and a two-instruction arithmetic logic unit circuit) and one mixed-signal circuit, namely a three-input digital-to-analog converter. 
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