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An essay on financial information in the era of computerization

Christophe Schinckus
2017 Journal of Information Technology  
I argue that the growing computerization of financial markets generated a "hyper-reality" in which financial prices do not refer to "something" anymore implying a revision of our usual way of defining/  ...  Since financial prices characterize an agreement on a transaction between two counterparties, they understandably became a key informational indicator for decision.  ...  situation in which we had a market without reality (no economic justification) neither trader (automated trade).  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41265-016-0027-1 fatcat:mydo5n6z6fgq7erpxwztkvu7he

Automated economic data processing in the changing business world

Ljuben Kraev
2003 Proceedings of the 4th international conference conference on Computer systems and technologies e-Learning - CompSysTech '03  
The new realities in business management and automated economic data processing are outlined. Some strands for intellectual support in making business management decisions are revealed.  ...  Interesting are the challenges of e-business to automated economic data processing as well.  ...  Warehouse and trade information technology and systems; c. Automation work placements of the specialists and managers; d.  ... 
doi:10.1145/973620.973683 fatcat:kni5eco25nbxxd3tqplkeh5q6q

The Automation of Capital Markets

Arnold Picot, Christine Bortenlaenger, Heiner Roehrl
2006 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
Reasons for this installation gap are supplied and conclusions are drawn for a more differentiated discussion of the impact of information technology on the market as a coordination mechanism.  ...  For this purpose, the Página 1 de 21 automation of markets 11/10/01 http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol1/issue3/picot.html capital market and its exchanges are studied as one of the most prominent installations  ...  The trader again makes a call to the booth with the information about the sale. The booth informs the broker, who in turn informs the client about the execution.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1083-6101.1995.tb00170.x fatcat:np6gpvniajcwhknzh5srff5zxy

Page 506 of International Labour Review Vol. 75, Issue 6 [page]

1957 International Labour Review  
However, there appears to be some statistical evidence that for some metal trades products, especially consumer goods—a field in which automation may be expected to make considerable progress—the demand  ...  This view would, however, overlook the point that computors can make more information available to management at lower cost.  ... 

Automated Liquidity Provision and the Demise of Traditional Market Making [article]

Austin Gerig, David Michayluk
2010 arXiv   pre-print
This new automated participant transacts the majority of orders, sets prices that are more efficient, and increases informed and decreases uninformed traders' transaction costs.  ...  These results can explain the recent dominance of high frequency trading in US markets and the corresponding increase in trading volume and decrease in transaction costs for US stocks.  ...  In reality we would expect these traders to also trade aggressively (by using market orders) and to make sufficient profits for their existence.  ... 
arXiv:1007.2352v1 fatcat:vtkvw7iw7jhsbmbprby4xoanqu

Why a Right to Legibility of Automated Decision-Making Exists in the General Data Protection Regulation

Gianclaudio Malgieri, Giovanni Comandé
2017 International Data Protecion Law  
profiling: automated decisionmaking processing may produce outputs representing a distorted, incomplete or misleading reality.  ...  that are 'based' solely on automated decision-making.  ...  (g) What are the human criteria to 'override' the automatic decision-making? (h) Which tasks do humans perform in the overall decision-making process?  ... 
doi:10.1093/idpl/ipx019 fatcat:bg22ug4gxvanll7oszzwxzvxsy

What's Next in the Digital Transformation of Financial Industry?

Tom Butler
2020 IT Professional Magazine  
Together, they offer great promise in making AI a reality, but they are currently being used piecemeal.  ...  However, quantum computing with its potential to make strong AI a reality, and at a practical level to perform complex tasks, such as optimizing investment portfolios, identifying arbitrage opportunities  ... 
doi:10.1109/mitp.2019.2963490 fatcat:ahoiaainezalhafskknkk565ve

The role of automation in financial trading companies

Carlos Jorge Lenczewski Martins
2020 Journal of Management and Financial Sciences  
A higher level of automation in trading companies is a reality, which brings important management issues.  ...  from any source of information. im of this article is, through a literature review, to present the main issues concerning automation in financial trading companies, and how the highly probable introduction  ...  It seems important to show what the level of automation in trading is. This may be presented as the percentage of activity of algorithmic trade decision-making models (HFTs) in the market.  ... 
doi:10.33119/jmfs.2019.39.3 fatcat:gnbwn235djculjnrsjzrbjcvsu

DEVELOPMENT OF IOT BASED AUTOMATION ON INDUSTRY 4.0: A REVIEW

Dhandapani C, Sivaramakrishnan R
2019 Industrial Engineering Journal  
This paper presents a review of the development of IoT primarily based automation on industry 4.0.  ...  Most of the industries, R & D centers, and universities reveal that IoT and automation technologies are the basis of business productions and a key driver for Industry 4.0.  ...  Hence, supported the worldwide literature on automation of Industry 4.0, the target is aimed to boost a wise trade within which product is created to seek out their means through production and establish  ... 
doi:10.26488/iej.12.10.1200 fatcat:53hw547xmjcnthwj3rubv2gaae

Industry 4.0 from the point of view of human resources management

Katarzyna SZYMCZYK, Czestochowa University of Technology
2020 Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology. Organization and Management Series  
Less than 60% and no more than 40% of companies should apply digital trade, augmented and virtual reality, blockchain and encryption, 3D printing or autonomous transport.  ...  and information security experts.  ... 
doi:10.29119/1641-3466.2019.133.57 fatcat:2viqojrv5vf6lazhwkiaodlioy

The Change in the Traditional Paradigm of Production under the Influence of Industrial Revolution 4.0

Jan Rymarczyk
2022 Businesses  
, cloud technology, augmented reality, big data, blockchain, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.  ...  The author argues that under the influence of these inventions, industrial production is gradually becoming fully digitalized, automated, and autonomous.  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/businesses2020013 fatcat:m6zbtv6hsbdu3jjyzyezw67zoy

Managing Editor's Letter

Francesco A. Fabozzi
2021 The Journal of Financial Data Science  
ML offers various advantages that make it a useful tool in active portfolio management, including the ability to capture nonlinear patterns, generate accurate predictions, and extract information from  ...  Despite the promises offered by ML in active portfolio management, when the authors investigate the performance of a sample of active exchange-traded funds that use ML in their investment decision making  ...  The authors find that a Deep Q-Learning trading agent generates a return of almost 66% on average over the course of 2,000 episodes.  ... 
doi:10.3905/jfds.2021.3.3.001 fatcat:3jsg6pupgvgqzayfhpgp7jgp3y

Cultures of high-frequency trading: mapping the landscape of algorithmic developments in contemporary financial markets

Ann-Christina Lange, Marc Lenglet, Robert Seyfert
2016 Economy and Society  
However, we make the point that HFT is first and foremost a cultural phenomenon.  ...  More specifically, both individuals and collective agentssuch as algorithmsmight be considered cultural entities charged with very different ways of processing information, making sense of it and turning  ...  Introduction Financial markets all over the world have recently seen a transition from electronic 'hand' trading, where orders are manually executed by clicking on the mouse, to fully automated decision-making  ... 
doi:10.1080/03085147.2016.1213986 fatcat:k67fhtlrzravvdybpbuggmdk4y

Digitalization and robotization in the automation of energy facilities

Alexander Bogdanov, Kamil Gilfanov, Tagir Latypov, V.A. Golenishchev-Kutuzov
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
The results of a study of publications and materials on the use of digital twins, virtual reality and robotization in energy are presented.  ...  Presented the position of the authors on the conceptual combination of these technologies and, as a result, the renewal of classical dispatching in automated control systems of energy facilities in accordance  ...  Combining such a software package with classic automation and robotics solutions makes it possible to transfer modern dispatching to a new level.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202128801039 fatcat:5oadmg55ejgztmhvmca6uipp5q

Operator 5.0: A survey on enabling technologies and a framework for Digital Manufacturing based on Extended Reality

Dimitris Mourtzis, John Angelopoulos, Nikos Panopoulos
2022 Journal of Machine Engineering  
Additional contribution is the proposal of a framework for the training and support of shopfloor technicians based on the utilization of Mixed Reality for manufacturing processes.  ...  The industrial landscape is undergoing a series of fundamental changes, because of the advances in cutting-edge digital technologies.  ...  smart wearable solutions [41] , HMI technologies [42] , and adaptive automation strategies [43] will play a significant role when combining different interaction mechanisms and sharing and trading  ... 
doi:10.36897/jme/147160 fatcat:tfkxlo5qnndbdahbw5gvirlbtq
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