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|Title:||Feasibility of the evolutionary algorithm using different behaviours of the mutation rate to design simple digital logic circuits|
|Keywords:||Evolvable hardware;Digital logic circuit;Evolutionary algorithm;Mutation rate|
|Publisher:||World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology|
|Citation:||Conference of the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Vienna, Austria, 1, (12): pp. 114 - 117, 29-31 March 2006|
|Abstract:||The evolutionary design of electronic circuits, or evolvable hardware, is a discipline that allows the user to automatically obtain the desired circuit design. The circuit configuration is under the control of evolutionary algorithms. Several researchers have used evolvable hardware to design electrical circuits. Every time that one particular algorithm is selected to carry out the evolution, it is necessary that all its parameters, such as mutation rate, population size, selection mechanisms etc. are tuned in order to achieve the best results during the evolution process. This paper investigates the abilities of evolution strategy to evolve digital logic circuits based on programmable logic array structures when different mutation rates are used. Several mutation rates (fixed and variable) are analyzed and compared with each other to outline the most appropriate choice to be used during the evolution of combinational logic circuits. The experimental results outlined in this paper are important as they could be used by every researcher who might need to use the evolutionary algorithm to design digital logic circuits.|
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