Printer friendly

What does EH stand for?

EH stands for Evolvable Hardware

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers

See other definitions of EH

Other Resources:
We have 47 other meanings of EH in our Acronym Attic

Samples in periodicals archive:

Other subjects covered include secure evolvable hardware for public-key cryptosystems, and high performance for cryptographic hash cores implemented in hardware.
While we consider mainly mechanical elements in this article, it might be possible to go further than just manufacturing the structure when considering programmable chips, hardware independent design techniques (very high-speed integrated circuit hardware description language), standardization, or evolvable hardware.
The papers discuss such topics as new classes for contextual grammars for mildly context sensitive formalisms, universal multialgebra, a model transformation and refinement approach to model driven architecture, the maximum agreement of two nested phylogenetic networks, investigation of hierarchical bit vectors, secure evolvable hardware for public-key cryptosystems, performance of directional collisional avoidance in multihop wireless networks, overlay networks for wireless systems, flexible scatternet-wide scheduling in Bluetooth networks, performance analysis of mobile ad hoc networks, and impact of mobility and the performance of mobile ad hoc networks.
This is the first time a part of a spacecraft was designed using artificial means, and NASA is continuing to develop evolvable hardware for many applications including circuits, systems and antennas to increase performance and enhance survivability in harsh environments," said Jason Lohn, PhD, a NASA Ames associate who was the lead researcher for the NASA Ames design team.
Ninety-nine papers from August 2007 conference present recent research on adaptive and reconfigurable circuits for multimedia and telecommunications, evolvable hardware, bio-inspired search and optimization algorithms, on-chip learning with analog circuits, fault tolerance, and self-repair.