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Single-objective front optimization: application to rf circuit design

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Single-objective front optimization: application to rf circuit design
This paper proposes a new algorithm which promotes well distributed non-dominated fronts in the parameters space when a single-objective function is optimized. This algorithm is based on ǫ-dominance concept and maxmin sorting scheme. Besides that, the paper also presents the results of the algorithm when it is used in the automated synthesis of optimum performance CMOS radiofrequency and microwave binary-weighted differential switched capacitor arrays (RFDSCAs). The genetic synthesis tool optimizes a fitness function which is based on the performance parameter of the RFDSCAs. To validate the proposed design methodology, a CMOS RFDSCA is synthesized, using a 0.25 µm BiCMOS technology. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.0 [General]: [Genetic Algorithms, Multi-Objective] General Terms Algorithms, Design
Eduardo José Solteiro Pires, Luís Me
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where GECCO
Authors Eduardo José Solteiro Pires, Luís Mendes, Paulo B. de Moura Oliveira, José António Tenreiro Machado, Nuno M. Fonseca Ferreira, João Caldinhas Vaz, Maria J. Rosário
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