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Behaviour of a building block for intrinsic evolution of analogue signal shaping and filtering circuits

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2 Author(s)
Flockton, S. ; London Univ., UK ; Sheehan, K.

A more general development of a building block for intrinsic evolution of analogue hardware is introduced and explained. A wide variety of linear and non-linear instantaneous and time-related characteristics can be created with the block, and blocks may be interconnected in a very general way. Examples of different types of achievable characteristic are shown and results of a comparison of different search algorithms in intrinsically evolving a linear band-pass filter are presented

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Evolvable Hardware, 2000. Proceedings. The Second NASA/DoD Workshop on

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2000