Thursday, January 5, 2012

2012.01.05 Experimental DJIA Ultra Short-Term


















This experimental model is an extension of the current model, with the addition of some routines that perform pattern matching at a higher resolution.  Unfortunately, it is heavily CPU intensive, and I'm running a 48 CPU cluster, so I am not kidding when I say CPU intensive.

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4 comments:

El Viejo said...

AWESOME! Did a little 32 multi-processor programming in grad school back in 90-91.

Paolo said...

Thanks El Viejo, 'tis nice to be appreciated. From your previous comments I suspected you can write faster executing code in less time than I can...I wish I could off-load the code writing to someone else but my experience with non-disclosure agreements in the past has not been a positive one.

El Viejo said...

When it comes to Wall St. nothing is sacred. I have the Mandlebrot book and my brother and I have toyed with the idea, but you are light years ahead.
Rent the movie "The Spanish Prisoner" with Steve Martin in a serious role. Excellent Movie - I know you will enjoy it.

Paolo said...

I don't know about light-years..in this biz even a light nanosecond is pretty good. Though as I'm stomping out bugs at 4AM it feels like a time warp! Thanks for the movie ref - I'll check it out.