Possibilities and Limitations of Applying Evolvable Hardware to Real-World Applications

@inproceedings{Torresen2000PossibilitiesAL,
  title={Possibilities and Limitations of Applying Evolvable Hardware to Real-World Applications},
  author={Jim Torresen},
  year={2000}
}
Evolvable Hardware (EHW) has been proposed as a new method for designing systems for real-world applications. This paper contains a classification of the published work on this topic. Further, a thorough discussion about the limitations of the present EHW and possible solutions to these are proposed. EHW has been applied to a wide range of applications. However, to solve more complex applications, the evolutionary schemes should be improved. 
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