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

@inproceedings{Stoica2002EvolvingCI,
  title={Evolving Circuits in Seconds: Experiments with a Stand-Alone Board-Level Evolvable System},
  author={Adrian Stoica and Ricardo Salem Zebulum and Michael I. Ferguson and Didier Keymeulen and Vu Duong},
  booktitle={Evolvable Hardware},
  year={2002}
}
The purpose of this paper is mofold: first, to illustrate a stand-alone board-level evolvable system (SABLES) and its performunee, and second to illustrate some problems that occur during evolution with real hardware in the loop, or when the intention of the user is not completely reflected in the fitness function. SABLES is part of an effort to achieve integrated evolvable systems. SABLES provides autonomous, fast (tens to hundreds of seconds), on-chip evolution involving about lO0,OOO circuit… CONTINUE READING
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