Saturday, June 1, 2013

Academic use of event processing for trading education in UIC

I have written before about academic courses on event processing that are typically given in computer science or information systems academic programs.  Recently I came across a report on academic course in University of Illinois in Chicago, that is given in the Finance program of its business school using the  OneTick product.   The product is used for education in financial markets and trade simulation labs.  This is a case of use of event processing to support business functions, and it will be interested to view more of it, both in trade and other business areas.    

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