Multi-cellular Reconfigurable Circuits: Evolution, Morphogenesis and Learning Thèse N @bullet 3198 (2005)

@inproceedings{Roggen2005MulticellularRC,
  title={Multi-cellular Reconfigurable Circuits: Evolution, Morphogenesis and Learning Th{\`e}se N @bullet 3198 (2005)},
  author={Daniel Roggen},
  year={2005}
}
Bio-inspired electronic circuits have the potential to address some of the shortcomings of conventional electronic circuits, such as lack of applicability to ill-defined problems, of robustness, or of adaptivity to unexpectedly changing environments. Bio-inspired circuits are designed by taking inspiration from principles observed in biology. The evolution of biological organisms, their development from a fertilized egg, and their learning capabilities are three sources of bio-inspiration that… CONTINUE READING

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