September 19, 2008

Low-latency text mining in the investment market

I’m not at Gartner’s Event Processing conference, but there seem to be some interesting posts and articles coming out of it. Seth Grimes has one on Reuters’ integration of text mining and event processing, including sentiment analysis. Well worth reading. Lots more detail than I’ve ever posted on similar applications.


4 Responses to “Low-latency text mining in the investment market”

  1. When BI, CEP, BAM, and Gartner meet together | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on September 19th, 2008 5:21 am

    […] integration — an overview, and a detailed interview with Roy Schulte. And as I note elsewhere, Seth Grimes has a good article based on the conference […]

  2. Quick Bites: Event Processing Meets Text on September 19th, 2008 11:24 am

    […] to Curt Monash for calling attention to an article by Seth Grimes about a presentation that Richard Brown of […]

  3. Daniel Weinreb on September 20th, 2008 2:27 pm

    Is this the technology that led to United Airlines Stock plunging from $12 to $3 on September 7? (An old story about a 2002 bankruptcy filing was revived by a newspaper showing the current date. Automatic trading programs saw this and sold United stock. Then other automatic trading programs saw the price going down, and sold. There was enough selling to push the price all the way down to $3 before people figured out what had happened.

  4. Curt Monash on September 20th, 2008 8:43 pm


    I don’t know one way or the other.


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