Stock charting software
Optimizers based on annealing mimic the thermodynamic process by which liquids freeze and metals anneal. Starting out at a high temperature, the atoms of a liquid or molten metal bounce rapidly about in a random fashion.
Slowly cooled, they mange themselves into an orderly configuration-a crystal-that represents a minimal energy state for the system.
Simulated in software, this thermodynamic process readily solves large-scale optimization problems.
As with genetic optimization, optimization by simulated annealing is a very powerful Stochastic technique, modeled upon a natural phenomenon, that can find globally optimal solutions and handle ill-behaved fitness functions.
Simulated annealing has effectively solved significant combinatorial problems, including the famous “traveling salesman problem, ” and the problem of how best to arrange the millions of circuit elements found on modem integrated circuit
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Not, it's not the network2007-10-12 15:21:58 by StockMarketMan
I'm positive it's not network congestion or the Internet. My computer slows signficantly, even when trying to move one of the windows.
I run 2 programs: One is for charting (e-signal). This charting software has an API to communicate with my brokers program to place orders. When I place an order through my charting software, it takes up to 5 seconds until that order appears on my brokers software.
Sometimes the market goes into panic mode. Big caps, such as Aaple, blaze through trades, and all trades appear on my screen. Using 4 monitors, I also watch the stock indexes, and a ton of other data which has to update simulatenously. I'm confident it's my computer that's the problem rather than network congestion.
Writing stock charting software2004-08-07 00:59:44 by lilyrose
Anyone have experience programming stock charting software with multiple indicators, preferably in Java? I've seen some charting libraries like jfreechart (java), and a couple others for .net and delphi, but even those commercial libraries don't seem to have the capability built-in to chart multiple indicators, similar to what you might find on bigcharts, or in realtick, etc.
Any ideas? Anyone want to write something for fun? Would we have to extend those libraries (if it was possible) or write our own (which might be very difficult, or tedious).
Motherboard can handle it2007-11-01 21:17:57 by StockMarketMan
I checked on the Asus website and it stated it could handle this chip. Don't think my two pieces of software (charting & brokerage) can make use of it though.
And sorry to hear about your Broadcom holdings. Since the wireless emerging markets are booming, I would have thought they would have done well. I think the selling may be overdone by now and it may get a bounce back up.
Sometimes the markets seem like one big casino without the free drinks :-)
I'll e-mail you next time I need advice. Feel free to e-mail me for any stock help, although my guesses sometimes aren't much better than 50/50!
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