POEtic Tissue: An Integrated Architecture for Bio-inspired Hardware

  title={POEtic Tissue: An Integrated Architecture for Bio-inspired Hardware},
  author={Andrew M. Tyrrell and Eduardo Sanchez and Dario Floreano and Gianluca Tempesti and Daniel Mange and Juan Manuel Moreno and Jay R. Rosenberg and Alessandro E. P. Villa},
It is clear to all, after a moments thought, that nature has much we might be inspired by when designing our systems, for example: robustness, adaptability and complexity, to name a few. The implementation of bioinspired systems in hardware has however been limited, and more often than not been more a matter of artistry than engineering. The reasons for this are many, but one of the main problems has always been the lack of a universal platform, and of a proper methodology for the… CONTINUE READING
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