Gianluca Tempesti
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Toward robust integrated circuits: The embryonics approach
D Mange, M Sipper, A Stauffer, G Tempesti
Proceedings of the IEEE 88 (4), 516-543, 2000
Embryonics: A new methodology for designing field-programmable gate arrays with self-repair and self-replicating properties
D Mange, E Sanchez, A Stauffer, G Tempesti, P Marchal, C Piguet
IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems 6 (3), 387-399, 1998
A new self-reproducing cellular automaton capable of construction and computation
G Tempesti
European conference on artificial life, 555-563, 1995
Poetic tissue: An integrated architecture for bio-inspired hardware
AM Tyrrell, E Sanchez, D Floreano, G Tempesti, D Mange, JM Moreno, ...
Evolvable Systems: From Biology to Hardware: 5th International Conference …, 2003
Embryonics: A new family of coarse-grained field-programmable gate array with self-repair and self-reproducing properties
D Mange, M Goeke, D Madon, A Stauffer, G Tempesti, S Durand
Towards Evolvable Hardware: The Evolutionary Engineering Approach, 197-220, 1996
Self-replicating loop with universal construction
D Mange, A Stauffer, E Petraglio, G Tempesti
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 191 (1-2), 178-192, 2004
POEtic: an electronic tissue for bio-inspired cellular applications
Y Thoma, G Tempesti, E Sanchez, JMM Arostegui
Biosystems 76 (1-3), 191-200, 2004
Fault tolerance using dynamic reconfiguration on the POEtic tissue
W Barker, DM Halliday, Y Thoma, E Sanchez, G Tempesti, AM Tyrrell
IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation 11 (5), 666-684, 2007
Bio-inspired computing tissues: towards machines that evolve, grow, and learn
C Teuscher, D Mange, A Stauffer, G Tempesti
Biosystems 68 (2-3), 235-244, 2003
A self-repairing multiplexer-based FPGA inspired by biological processes
G Tempesti
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 1998
The biowall: An electronic tissue for prototyping bio-inspired systems
G Tempesti, D Mange, A Stauffer, C Teuscher
Proceedings 2002 NASA/DoD Conference on Evolvable Hardware, 221-230, 2002
Toward self-repairing and self-replicating hardware: the embryonics approach
D Mange, M Sipper, A Stauffer, G Tempesti
Proceedings. The Second NASA/DoD Workshop on Evolvable Hardware, 205-214, 2000
Von Neumann revisited: A Turing machine with self-repair and self-reproduction properties
D Mange, D Madon, A Stauffer, G Tempesti
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 22 (1), 35-58, 1997
SABRE: a bio-inspired fault-tolerant electronic architecture
P Bremner, Y Liu, M Samie, G Dragffy, AG Pipe, G Tempesti, J Timmis, ...
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 8 (1), 016003, 2013
Self-replicating and self-repairing multicellular automata
G Tempesti, D Mange, A Stauffer
Artificial Life 4 (3), 259-282, 1998
A robust multiplexer-based FPGA inspired by biological systems
G Tempesti, D Mange, A Stauffer
Journal of Systems Architecture 43 (10), 719-733, 1997
A macroscopic view of self-replication
D Mange, A Stauffer, L Peparaolo, G Tempesti
Proceedings of the IEEE 92 (12), 1929-1945, 2004
Embryonics: The birth of synthetic life
P Marchal, P Nussbaum, C Piguet, S Durand, D Mange, E Sanchez, ...
Towards Evolvable Hardware: The Evolutionary Engineering Approach, 166-196, 2005
A dynamic routing algorithm for a bio-inspired reconfigurable circuit
Y Thoma, E Sanchez, JMM Arostegui, G Tempesti
Field Programmable Logic and Application: 13th International Conference, FPL …, 2003
BioWatch: A giant electronic bio-inspired watch
A Stauffer, D Mange, G Tempesti, C Teuscher
Proceedings Third NASA/DoD Workshop on Evolvable Hardware. EH-2001, 185-192, 2001
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