Applications of artificial intelligence in finance and economics. Selected papers of international conference on artificial intelligence (IC-AI ’03), Las Vegas, NV, USA, June 23–26, 2003.

*(English)*Zbl 1090.91001
Advances in Econometrics 19. Amsterdam: Elsevier/JAI (ISBN 0-7623-1150-9/hbk). xiii, 275 p. (2004).

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There are still many important Artificial Intelligence disciplines yet to be covered. Among them are the methodologies of independent component analysis, reinforcement learning, inductive logical programming, classifier systems and Bayesian networks, not to mention many ongoing and highly fascinating hybrid systems. A way to make up for their omission is to visit this subject again later. We certainly hope that we can do so in the near future with another volume of ’Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Economics and Finance’.

Contents: 1. Statistical analysis of genetic algorithms in discovering technical trading strategies (S. H. Chen, C. Y. Tsao). 2. A genetic programming approach to model international short-term capital flow (T. Yu, S. H. Chen, T. W. Kuo). 3. Tools for non-linear time series forecasting in economics: An empirical comparison of regime switching vector autoregressive models and recurrent neural networks (J. M. Binner, T. Elger, B. Nilsson, J. A. Tepper). 4. Using non-parametric search algorithms to forecast daily excess stock returns (N. L. Joseph, D. S. Brée, E. Kalyvas). 5. Co-evolving neural networks with evolutionary strategies: A new application to Divisia Money (J. Binner, G. Kendall, A. Gazely). 6. Forecasting the EMU inflation rate: Linear econometric versus non-linear computational models using genetic neural fuzzy systems (S. Kooths, T. Mitze, E. Ringhut). 7. Finding or not finding rules in time series (J. Lin, E. Keogh). 8. A comparison of VAR and neural networks with genetic algorithm in forecasting price of oil (S. Mirmirani, H. C. Li). 9. Searching for Divisia/Inflation Relationships with the aggregate feed forward neural network (V. A. Schmidt, J. M. Binner). 10. Predicting housing value: Genetic algorithm attribute selection and dependence modelling utilising the gamma test (I. D. Wilson, A. J. Jones, D. H. Jenkins, J. A. Ware).

The articles of this volume will be reviewed individually.

Indexed articles:

Tsao, Chueh-Yung; Chen, Shu-Heng, Statistical analysis of genetic algorithms in discovering technical trading strategies, 1-43 [Zbl 1118.91351]

Yu, Tina; Chen, Shu-Heng; Kuo, Tzu-Wen, A genetic programming approach to model international short-term capital flow, 45-70 [Zbl 1118.91334]

Binner, Jane M.; Elger, Thomas; Nilsson, Birger; Tepper, Jonthan A., Tools for nonlinear time series forecasting in economics – an empirical comparison of regime switching vector autoregressive models and recurrent neural networks, 71-91 [Zbl 1118.91352]

Joseph, Nathan Lael; Brée, David S.; Kalyvas, Efstathios, Using non-parametric search algorithms to forecast daily excess stock returns, 93-125 [Zbl 1118.91325]

Binner, Jane M.; Kendall, Graham; Gazely, Alicia, Co-evolving neural networks with evolutionary stragegies: a new application to Divisia money, 127-143 [Zbl 1118.91347]

Kooths, Stefan; Mitze, Timo; Ringhut, Eric, Forecasting the EMU inflation rate: linear econometric vs. nonlinear computational models using genetic neural fuzzy systems, 145-173 [Zbl 1118.91348]

Lin, Jessica; Keogh, Eamonn, Finding or not finding rules in time series, 175-201 [Zbl 1118.91355]

Mirmirani, Sam; Li, Hsi Cheng, A comparison of VAR and neural networks with genetic algorithm in forecasting price of oil, 203-223 [Zbl 1118.91350]

Schmidt, Vincent A.; Binner, Jane M., Searching for Divisia/inflation relationships with the aggregate feedforward neural network, 225-241 [Zbl 1118.91336]

Wilson, Ian D.; Jones, Antonia J.; Jenkins, David H.; Ware, J. A., Predicting housing value: genetic algorithm attribute selection and dependence modelling utilising the gamma test, 243-275 [Zbl 1118.91358]