Monitoring of events in SOA architecture for Real Time Financial Decision System
Dominik Paweł Ryżko , Pawel Glawinski
AbstractMost of the financial decision systems implemented to day are based on aggregation of transactional data in data warehouses or other reporting environments and then generating appropriate reports for the analysts and managers. This makes the decision cycle, as counted from an individual transaction or event very long. On the other hand modifying functional workflows to embed financial controlling steps imposes technological challenges related to change management and additional delays. The paper proposes an innovative approach to solving the above problems, by implementing a multi-agent system for monitoring of financial systems and providing real-time, flexible and efficient way for decisions. The research was conducted by Warsaw University of Technology and Softman as a part of a project financed by The National Center for Research and Development in Innovative Economy Programme (POIG) measure 1.4 project No: POIG.01.04.00-14-061/12.
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|Book||Stando Jacek (eds.): The Third International Conference on Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Education Technologies (CSCEET2016). Proceeding , 2016, The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC) , ISBN 978-1-941968-38-3, 80 p.|
|Keywords in English||Service-Oriented Architecture; Mutli-Agent Systems; Distributed Systems; Real Time Analytics; Controlling Systems;|
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