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GENETIC FINANCE BARBADOS Ltd | Date: 2012-04-10

The cost of performing sophisticated software-based financial trend and pattern analysis is significantly reduced by distributing the processing power required to carry out the analysis and computational task across a large number of networked individual or cluster of computing nodes. To achieve this, the computational task is divided into a number of sub tasks. Each sub task is then executed on one of a number of processing devices to generate a multitude of solutions. The solutions are subsequently combined to generate a result for the computational task. The individuals controlling the processing devices are compensated for use of their associated processing devices. The algorithms are optionally enabled to evolve over time. Thereafter, one or more of the evolved algorithms is selected in accordance with a predefined condition.


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Genetic Finance Barbados Ltd | Date: 2014-04-22

A server computer and a multitude of client computers form a network computing system that is scalable and adapted to continue to evaluate the performance characteristics of a number of genes generated using a software application. Each client computer continues to periodically receive data associated with the stored genes stored in its memory. Using this data, the client computers evaluate the performance characteristic of their genes by comparing a solution provided by the gene with the periodically received data associated with that gene. Accordingly, the performance characteristic of each gene may be updated and varied with each periodically received data. The performance characteristic of a gene defines its fitness. The genes may be virtual asset traders that recommend trading options. The genes may be assigned initially to different classes to improve convergence but may later be decided to merge with genes of other classes to improve diversity.


Patent
GENETIC FINANCE BARBADOS Ltd | Date: 2013-08-29

A server computer and a multitude of client computers form a network computing system that is scalable and adapted to continue to evaluate the performance characteristics of a number of genes generated using a software application running on the client computers. Each client computer continues to periodically receive data associated with the genes stored in its memory. Using this data, the client computers evaluate the performance characteristic of their genes by comparing a solution provided by the gene with the periodically received data associated with that gene. Accordingly, the performance characteristic of each gene may be updated and varied with each periodically received data. The performance characteristic of a gene defines its fitness. The genes may be virtual asset traders that recommend trading options, and the data associated with the genes may be historical trading data.


Patent
GENETIC FINANCE BARBADOS Ltd | Date: 2012-01-25

Roughly described, a computer-implemented evolutionary data mining system includes a memory storing a candidate gene database in which each candidate individual has a respective fitness estimate; a gene pool processor which tests individuals from the candidate gene pool on training data and updates the fitness estimate associated with the individuals in dependence upon the tests; and a gene harvesting module for deploying selected individuals from the gene pool, wherein the gene pool processor includes a competition module which selects individuals for discarding in dependence upon their updated fitness estimate. The system maintains a fitness training history for each of the candidate individuals, and uses the historical information to assist in any one or more of: competition among the individuals; avoiding re-testing of an individual on the same data sample; removing duplicate test data before merging fitness evaluations; improving gene pool diversity; and selecting individuals for deployment.


Patent
Genetic Finance Barbados Ltd | Date: 2014-09-23

Roughly described, a system and method for user identification of a desired document, in which a database is provided which identifies a collection of documents in an embedding space, the database identifying a distance between each pair of the documents in the embedding space corresponding to a predetermined measure of dissimilarity between the pair of documents. In dependence upon a user query, the system constrains the embedding space geometrically to develop a first candidate space, and identifies toward the user a first set of N1>1 candidate documents from the first candidate space, the first set of candidate documents being more discriminative than the average discriminativeness of set size N1 documents in the first candidate space. Preferably the placement of the documents as presented to the user is indicative of the placement of the documents in the embedding space, either in distance or in collinearity or both.

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