EDDIE

EDDIE stands for Evolutionary Dynamic Data Investment Evaluator. It is a genetic programming tool designed to help channelling expert’s knowledge into computer programs for making rules, which can then be examined by experts and used by other people. EDDIE is based on the concept of Genetic Programming, which borrows its ideas from evolution.


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  1. Kachour, M.; Yao, J.F.: First-order rounded integer-valued autoregressive (RINAR(l)) process (2009)
  2. Garía-Almanza, Alma Lilia; Tsang, Edward P.K.; Galván-Lopez, Edgar: Evolving decision rules to discover patterns in financial data sets (2008)
  3. Kaboudan, Mak: GP versus GLS spatial index models to forecast single-family home prices (2008)
  4. Tsang, Edward; Markose, Sheri; Garcia, Alma; Er Hakan: EDDIE for discovering arbitrage opportunities (2008)
  5. Shahwan, M. (ed.); Al-Rabai’ah, H. (ed.): First conference on mathematical sciences. Proceedings of the conference held at Zarqa Private University, Zarka, Jordan, April 18--20, 2006 (2006)
  6. Chen, William W. S. (ed.): Statistical methods in computer security. (2005)
  7. Markose, Sheri; Tsang, Edward; Martinez Jaramillo, Serafin: The red queen principle and the emergence of efficient financial markets: an agent based approach (2005)
  8. Tsang, Edward; Markose, Sheri; Er, Hakan: Chance discovery in stock index option and futures arbitrage (2005)
  9. Schulenburg, Sonia; Ross, Peter: Explorations in LCS models of stock trading (2002)
  10. Bhaskaran, Rajesh; Rothmayer, Alric P.: Separation and instabilities in the viscious flow over airfoil leading edges (1998)
  11. Niemeyer, Alice C.: A finite soluble quotient algorithm (1994)
  12. Laffont, Jean-Jacques (ed.): Advances in economic theory. Papers from the 6th World Congress of the Econometric Society, held in Barcelona, Spain, August 1990. Vol. 1 (1992)