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Financial Predictor via Neural Network

, 25 May 2011
Exploring the prediction capability of neural networks
Release2.zip
Cloo.dll
dow.csv
encog-core-cs.dll
FinancialMarketPredictor.exe
log4net.dll
nasdaq.csv
predictor_0.08.ntwrk
rates.csv
SP500.csv
Sources2.zip
FinancialMarketPredictorArticle
FinancialMarketPredictor
bin
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Cloo.dll
dow.csv
encog-core-cs.dll
log4net.dll
nasdaq.csv
rates.csv
SP500.csv
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Ciumac Sergiu
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Moldova (Republic Of) Moldova (Republic Of)
Interested in computer science, math, research, and everything that relates to innovation. Fan of agnostic programming, don't mind developing under any platform/framework if it explores interesting topics. In search of a better programming paradigm.
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