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Algorithm

Any organized set of steps used to help solve a problem. Algorithms are important in several fields, notably mathematics and computing.
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The vision of Kuants is to make the domain of algorithmic trading, in its entirety, more accessible in the Indian markets.
The American bank said that Sabrina Wilson, a former Deutsche Bank (NYSE DB) derivatives specialist is its new global head of electronic and algorithmic trading for listed derivatives.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global algorithmic trading market for 2016-2020.
8220;Collective2 is the leader in the algorithmic trading system industry and AlgoTrades is striving to become the leader in algorithmic trading systems for individual investors,” stated Chris Vermeulen, AlgoTrades CEO.
Algorithmic trading refers to trade orders generated using automated execution logic through a computer application.
In the following, I depict the stream compaction function, an overview regarding different approaches in designing it and an efficient algorithmic method for developing and implementing the stream compaction algorithmic function in the CUDA architecture.
From a technical perspective, algorithmic trading engines can be applied to any instrument for which market data and sufficient liquidity exist.
Orc Algorithmic Trading is a multi-threaded, server-based algorithmic trading solution capable of running thousands of complex trading strategies simultaneously.
com) today introduced AlgoSuite, a revolutionary suite of algorithmic order types designed for the manual trader.
Traditionally traders and technology professionals were different people - with the advent of algorithmic trading, it became imperative to find professionals who could understand technology and finance equally well.
FINRA's new requirement applies to associated persons primarily responsible for the design, development or significant modification of algorithmic trading strategies, or those who are responsible for the day-to-day supervision or direction of such activities.
Algorithmic Problems of Group Theory and Their Complexity (2013: San Diego, California) and Algorithmic Problems of Group Theory and Applications to Information Security (2013: Chestnut Hill, <assachusetts) Edited by Delaram Kahrobaei and Vladimir Shpilrain

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