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Title: Constrained and unconstrained evolution of “ LCR” low-pass filters with oscillating length representation
Authors: Sapargaliyev, Y
Kalganova, T
Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, CEC’2006. Vancouver, Canada, July 2006. pp. 1529 - 1536
Abstract: The unconstrained evolution has already been applied in the past towards design of digital circuits, and extraordinary results have been obtained, including generation of circuits with smaller number of electronic components. In this paper both constrained and unconstrained evolutions, blended with oscillating length genotype sweeping strategy, are applied towards design of analogue “ LCR” circuits. The comparison of both evolutions is made and the promising results are obtained. The new algorithm has produced the best results in terms of quality of the circuits evolved and evolutionary resources required. It differs from previous ones by its simplicity and represents one of the first attempts to apply Evolutionary Strategy towards the analogue circuit design. The obtained results are compared in details with low-pass filters previously designed.
ISBN: 0-7803-9487-9
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Electronic and Computer Engineering

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