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ASETS – An Academic Trading Simulation Platform

By Claudiu VINTE, Alexandru LIXANDRU, Andrei JURUBITA and Adrian BARDAN

Abstract

This paper is intended to present the results of our academic research upon a distributed computing environment dedicated to trading simulation. Our research has been conducted with the aim of creating a trading simulation platform, that would provide both the foundation for future experiments with trading systems architectures, components, APIs, and the framework for research on trading strategies, trading algorithms design, and equity markets analysis tools.Trading Systems, Simulation, Distributed Computing, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Message-Oriented Middleware (MOM), Java Message Service (JMS)

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