A data model for processing financial market and news data
Due to immense amounts of data being generated from financial markets in many different formats, professionals and academics face interoperability problems when analysing such data. This paper proposes a data model that gives a coherent view of the information available from financial market data repositories. The novel features of this data model include: modelling the behaviour of an electronic market as an extensible event-based class hierarchy, and using ontologies to represent financial data as a set of inter-related and meaningful events. Using this data model, we develop interoperable web services that process the data at a high level of abstraction using a Service-Oriented Architecture.
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Volume (Year): 3 (2009)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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