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Computer Science and Statistics in Algorithmic Trading: A Sampler
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“Algorithmic trading is the computerised buying and selling of assets on electronic markets, often at timescales of milliseconds or less. We take a whistle-stop tour through one day in the life of a trading algorithm, encountering NP-complete problems, temporal logic, machine learning and stochastic optimisation.”
Admission free to CUCaTS members, £2 otherwise. Membership may also be bought at the door. As usual refreshments will be served 15 minutes before the start of the talk.
This talk is part of the Cambridge University Computing and Technology Society (CUCaTS) series.
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