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|Title:||Automated synthesis of 8-output voltage distributor using incremental evolution|
|Citation:||Adaptive Hardware and System (AHS), Anaheim, CA, USA, pp. 186-193, 15-18 Jun 2010|
|Abstract:||The automated synthesis of the analog electronic circuit, including both the topology and the numerical values for each of the circuit’s component, is recognized as a difficult problem. This problem is aggregating considerably when the size of a circuit and the number of its input/output pins increases. In this paper for the first time the method of automated synthesis of the analog electronic circuit by mean of evolution is applied to the synthesis of a multi-output circuit, namely 8-output voltage distributor, that distributes the incoming voltage signal among the outputs in filter-like mode. Using the substructure reuse, dynamic fitness function and incremental evolution techniques the largest analogue circuit has been evolved in the area that has 138 components.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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