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A Survey of the Application of Soft Computing to Investment and Financial Trading
Information Technology papers
  • Bruce Vanstone, Bond University
  • Clarence Tan, Bond University
Date of this Version
12-10-2003
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Details
Vanstone B & Tan C (2003) A Survey of the Application of Soft Computing to Investment and Financial Trading Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Intelligent Information Systems Conference. Australian and New Zealand Intelligent Information Systems, 2003, 10-12 December 1(1), Sydney. pp. 211-216

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Abstract

This paper surveys recent literature in the domain of applying Soft Computing to Investment and Financial Trading. It analyses the literature according to the style of soft computing used, the investment discipline used, the successes demonstrated, and the applicability of the research to real world trading. This papers contribution is to expose the key areas where research is being undertaken, and to attempt to quantify the degree of successes associated with the different research approaches.

Citation Information
Bruce Vanstone and Clarence Tan. "A Survey of the Application of Soft Computing to Investment and Financial Trading" (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/clarence_tan/4/