Agent services-driven plug-and-play in F-TRADE
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- Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science), 2004, 3339 pp. 917 - 922
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We have built an agent service-based enterprise infrastructure: F-TRADE. With its online connectivity to huge real stock data in global markets, it can be used for online evaluation of trading strategies and data mining algorithms. The main functions in the F-TRADE include soft plug-and-play, and back-testing, optimization, integration and evaluation of algorithms. In this paper, we'll focus on introducing the intelligent plug-and-play, which is a key system function in the F-TRADE. The basic idea for the soft plug-and-play is to build agent services which can support the online plug-in of agents, algorithms and data sources. Agent UML-based modeling, role model and agent services for the plug-and-play are discussed. With this design, algorithm providers, data source providers, and system module developers of the F-TRADE can expand system functions and resources by online plugging them into the F-TRADE. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004.
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