BIOLOGICALLY INSPIRED HARDWARE CELL ARCHITECTURE

Michael Reibel Boesen (Inventor), Jan Madsen (Inventor)

    Research output: Patent

    Abstract

    Disclosed is a system comprising: - a reconfigurable hardware platform; - a plurality of hardware units defined as cells adapted to be programmed to provide self-organization and self-maintenance of the system by means of implementing a program expressed in a programming language defined as DNA language, where each cell is adapted to communicate with one or more other cells in the system, and where the system further comprises a converter program adapted to convert keywords from the DNA language to a binary DNA code; where the self-organisation comprises that the DNA code is transmitted to one or more of the cells, and each of the one or more cells is adapted to determine its function in the system; where if a fault occurs in a first cell and the first cell ceases to perform its function, self-maintenance is performed by that the system transmits information to the cells that the first cell has ceased to perform its function, and then the self-organisation is performed again in order to provide that a second cell undertakes the function of the first cell.
    Original languageEnglish
    Patent numberWO2010060923
    Filing date03/06/2010
    CountryInternational Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Bibliographical note

    International application published under the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

    Cite this

    Boesen, M. R., & Madsen, J. (2010). BIOLOGICALLY INSPIRED HARDWARE CELL ARCHITECTURE. (Patent No. WO2010060923).