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Challenges of Evolvable Hardware: Past, Present and the Path to a Promising Future

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Challenges of Evolvable Hardware : Past, Present and the Path to a Promising Future. / Haddow, P C; Tyrrell, Andy.

In: Journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machine, Vol. 12, No. 3, 09.2011, p. 183-215.

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Haddow, PC & Tyrrell, A 2011, 'Challenges of Evolvable Hardware: Past, Present and the Path to a Promising Future', Journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machine, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 183-215.

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Haddow, P. C., & Tyrrell, A. (2011). Challenges of Evolvable Hardware: Past, Present and the Path to a Promising Future. Journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machine, 12(3), 183-215.

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Haddow PC, Tyrrell A. Challenges of Evolvable Hardware: Past, Present and the Path to a Promising Future. Journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machine. 2011 Sep;12(3):183-215.

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Haddow, P C ; Tyrrell, Andy. / Challenges of Evolvable Hardware : Past, Present and the Path to a Promising Future. In: Journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machine. 2011 ; Vol. 12, No. 3. pp. 183-215.

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