7 edition of Neural networks in the capital markets found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -376) and index.
|Statement||edited by Apostolos-Paul Refenes.|
|Series||Wiley finance editions|
|LC Classifications||HG4523 .N49 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 379 p. :|
|Number of Pages||379|
|LC Control Number||94037990|
A neural network is a type of machine learning which models itself after the human brain, creating an artificial neural network that via an algorithm allows the computer to learn by incorporating. More on AI, Chaos Theory, and Neural Networks. Artificial Intelligence in the Capital Markets: State-of-the-Art Applications for Institutional Investors, Bankers & Traders Virtual Trading Chaos Theory in the Financial Markets: Applying Fractals, Fuzzy Logic, Genetic Algorithms.
This book takes the reader beyond the 'black-box' approach to neural networks and provides the knowledge that is required for their proper design and use in financial markets forecasting - . International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Neural Information Processing]] Google Scholar Proceedings of the International Conferences on Neural Networks in the Capital Markets, e.g. Refenes, A.-P. N., Abu-Mostafa Y., Moody, J. and Weigend, A. (eds) (), Singapore, World.
Apostolos Paul Refenes - Neural Networks in the Capital Markets Download, Skip to content [email protected] Monday – Sartuday 8 AM – PM (Singapore Time) GMT +8. Neural networks perform best when used for (1) monthly and quarterly time series, (2) discontinuous series, and (3) forecasts that are several periods out on the forecast horizon. Neural networks require the same good practices associated with developing traditional forecasting models, plus they introduce new complexities.
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Neural Networks in the Capital Markets by Apostolos-Paul N. Refenes,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). This study offers comprehensive coverage of neural network applications in the capital markets, combining the viewpoints of those involved in finance with neural network engineers.
The author treats neural networks as computational equivalents to well-understood methods in decision science. This essay aims at reviewing the literature on and discussing two important new theoretical concepts recently proposed for investment analysis and portfolio management in capital markets.
The first concept deals with the non-linear nature of actual. Capital market. Neural networks (Computer science) Capital markets; Contents. Machine derived contents note: Partial table of contents: Neural Networks.
Neural Network Design Considerations (A.-P. Refenes). Data Modelling Considerations (A.-P. Testing Strategies and Metrics (A.-P.
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These models are both fast and. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xiii. PDF. Introduction to Prediction in the Financial Markets. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Introduction to the Financial Markets Arbitrage Bond prediction Bonds Equity index prediction Finance Financial markets Neural networks Portfolio Portfolio optimisation Time series prediction learning.
Zimmermann and A. Weigend. Representing dynamical systems in feedforward networks: A six layer architecture. In A. Weigend, Y. Abu-Mostafa, and A.-P.
Refenes, editors, Decision Technologies for Financial Engineering: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Neural Networks in the Capital Markets (NNCM), Singapore. A multiple step approach to design a neural network forecasting model will be explained, including an application of stock market predictions with LSTM in Python.
Introduction to time series forecast. Neural Networks in Financial Engineering: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Neural Networks in the Capital Markets London, England October 95 (Progress in Neural Processing, 2) Book (World Scientific Pub Co Inc).
Neural networks are computing systems with interconnected nodes that work much like neurons in the human brain. Using algorithms, they can recognize hidden patterns and correlations in raw data, cluster and classify it, and – over time – continuously learn and improve.
Neural Networks in Finance: Gaining Predictive Edge in the Market The book demonstrates how neural networks used in combination with evolutionary computation can outperform classical econometric methods for accuracy in forecasting, classification, and dimensionality reduction. Introduces the use of neural networks in forecasting and, in particular, financial time series forecasting.
Provides much-needed guidance for applying predictive and decision-enhancing functions of neural nets to a wide range of global capital markets. NNCM93,Neural Networks in the Capital Markets, Conference at the London Business School, November NNCM94,Neural Networks in the Capital Markets, Conference at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, November Self-Organising Fuzzy Neural Networks for Capital Markets Scott McDonald, Sonya Coleman, T.M.
McGinnity, Yuhua Li Abstract—Linear time series models, such as the autoregres-sive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model, are among the most popular statistical models used to forecast time series. One of the most exciting applications of neural networks in recent times has been to improve investment performance in the financial markets.
Neural networks can be harnessed for this task as they bear many mathematical similarities to the nonlinear econometric models used to study the microstructure of the financialthis annual conference. Neural networks can be harnessed for this task as they bear many mathematical similarities to the nonlinear econometric models used to study the microstructure of the financial markets.
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