Artificial Intelligence in Logic Design by Svetlana N. Yanushkevich (auth.)

By Svetlana N. Yanushkevich (auth.)

There are 3 remarkable issues of this ebook. First: for the 1st time, a collective perspective at the function of synthetic intelligence paradigm in common sense layout is brought. moment, the booklet unearths new horizons of good judgment layout instruments at the applied sciences of the close to destiny. ultimately, the members of the publication are twenty recognizable leaders within the box from the seven study centres. The chapters of the ebook were conscientiously reviewed by means of both certified specialists. All individuals are skilled in functional digital layout and in instructing engineering classes. therefore, the book's type is obtainable to graduate scholars, sensible engineers and researchers.

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Key features of EGG are to employ a graph-based representation of individuals and to manipulate the graph structures directly by evolutionary operations. The potential capability of EGG is demonstrated through experimental synthesis of arithmetic circuits with different levels of abstraction. Design examples include (i) combinational multipliers using word-level arithmetic components (such as parallel counters and parallel shifters), (ii) bit-serial multipliers using bit-level arithmetic components (such as I-bit full adders and I-bit registers), and (iii) multiple-valued current-mode arithmetic circuits using transistor-level components (such as current sources and current mirrors).

A q , q Np q I q ,q > 0, p > -1, parametric families oft-norms, like Tq(x, y) = [Max (0, x q +yq _1)]I/q, q > 0, or parametric families of t-conorms, like Sq(x, y) = [Min(1, x q + yq)]I/q, q > 0, allow to fix the parameter values by case-examples (Moraga et al. 2003). It is also important to have parametric families of implication functions (see Moraga et al. 2003). In the case of S-implications S(N(a), b) with, for example, N = Np,1 and S = Sq, it is: Jq(X, y) = [Min (1, (/; :x r + yq) f/ q ,q > 0 In the case of R-implications as, for example, Jw

0, we have the parametric family of R -implications Jq(a,b) = [Min(1, l-a q +bq)f/q ,q > 0 What about M L-implications?

Similarity and Compatibility in Fuzzy Set Theory. Heidelberg: Physica Verlag. , Hellendoom, H. & Reinfrank, M. (1996). An Introduction to Fuzzy Control. Heidelberg: Springer. 36 CLAUDIO MORAGA ET AL. Dubois, D. & Prade, H. (1985). A Review of Fuzzy Set Aggregation Connectives. Information Sciences 36: 85-12l. Dunn, J. M. & Epstein, G. ) (1977). Modern Uses of Multiple- Valued Logic. Boston: D. Reidel. Gottwald, S. (1993). Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic. Braunschweig: Vieweg & Sohn. , Gutierrez, J. & Fernandez, F.

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