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Unlocking the value in data

Unlocking the value in dataWhy big data is no big problem thanks to MQD – the world’s most sophisticated data-research suiteThe world’s financial markets are complex beasts that constantly shift and change.  On a micro level, day-to day-trades may suddenly emit ripples that can unexpectedly turn into huge waves of volatility, which then subside having left

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David Wright profile

DAVID MYTON talks to DAVID WRIGHT, the new Chief Executive Officer of CMCRC-SIRCA, about the Group’s exciting future “I love to solve problems that matter,” says David Wright, the recently appointed CEO of the CMCRC-SIRCA Group. “To look at something important and work it out, then implement a solution. I am challenged by making things

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FUTURE OF CMQRC ANNOUNCED IN CHINA APRIL 21

We are pleased to announce the China Securities Market Quality Report and the China Market Quality Cooperative Research Centre were launched April 21 in China. It follows the successful award of the China Scholarship Council to support higher degree research collaboration between CMCRC, Macquarie University and Nankai University. The 475 page report was well received by

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COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH PRODUCES NEW TYPE OF REGRESSION ALGORITHM FOR STOCK PICKING

Study looks at combining text data and financial quantitative data to produce a model for predicting a stocks daily return. Tony Zhao Zhao is a PhD student at Macquarie University. He has worked on a wide range of topics including embedded systems, digital signal processing, machine learning, large-scale data processing and natural language processing but

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HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP OLDER PEOPLE AGING WELL

Speaker: Michael Sheng Seminar Date: Tuesday October 10 12:00pm Short Bio: Michael Sheng is a professor at Macquarie University, Sydney, since 1 January 2017. Dr. Michael Sheng was a full Professor and Deputy Head of the School of Computer Science at the University of Adelaide. Michael holds a PhD degree in computer science from the University of New South

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COULD PROVIDING MORE CHOICE FOR PUBLIC PATIENTS DRIVE HOSPITAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA?

Speaker: Henry Cutler, Macquarie University Seminar Date: Tuesday August 8 12:00pm Brief abstract: Publically funded elective surgery patients in Australia have little informed choice when seeking hospital care. They have limited information on hospital quality and are generally directed towards their local public hospital, where they are treated by doctors nominated by the hospital. International research suggests patients want

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