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    Title: Dynamic multi-criteria evaluation of co-evolution strategies for solving stock trading problems
    Other Titles: 應用共演化策略動態式多準則評估解決股票交易問題
    Authors: Chang, Ying-hua;Wu, Tz-ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊管理學系
    Keywords: Co-evolutionary model;Evolution strategies;Artificial neural network;Dynamic stock trading decision making;Optimization;共演化模式;演化策略;類神經網路;動態股票投資決策;最佳化
    Date: 2011-12-15
    Issue Date: 2012-03-20 10:35:02 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Philadelphia: Elsevier Inc.
    Abstract: Risk and return are interdependent in a stock portfolio. To achieve the anticipated return, comparative risk should be considered simultaneously. However, complex investment environments and dynamic change in decision making criteria complicate forecasts of risk and return for various investment objects. Additionally, investors often fail to maximize their profits because of improper capital allocation. Although stock investment involves multi-criteria decision making (MCDM), traditional MCDM theory has two shortfalls: first, it is inappropriate for decisions that evolve with a changing environment; second, weight assignments for various criteria are often oversimplified and inconsistent with actual human thinking processes.
    In 1965, Rechenberg proposed evolution strategies for solving optimization problems involving real number parameters and addressed several flaws in traditional algorithms, such as their use of point search only and their high probability of falling into optimal solution area. In 1992, Hillis introduced the co-evolutionary concept that the evolution of living creatures is interactive with their environments (multi-criteria) and constantly improves the survivability of their genes, which then expedites evolutionary computation. Therefore, this research aimed to solve multi-criteria decision making problems of stock trading investment by integrating evolutionary strategies into the co-evolutionary criteria evaluation model. Since co-evolution strategies are self-calibrating, criteria evaluation can be based on changes in time and environment. Such changes not only correspond with human decision making patterns (i.e., evaluation of dynamic changes in criteria), but also address the weaknesses of multi-criteria decision making (i.e., simplified assignment of weights for various criteria).
    Co-evolutionary evolution strategies can identify the optimal capital portfolio and can help investors maximize their returns by optimizing the preoperational allocation of limited capital. This experimental study compared general evolution strategies with artificial neural forecast model, and found that co-evolutionary evolution strategies outperform general evolution strategies and substantially outperform artificial neural forecast models. The co-evolutionary criteria evaluation model avoids the problem of oversimplified adaptive functions adopted by general algorithms and the problem of favoring weights but failing to adaptively adjust to environmental change, which is a major limitation of traditional multi-criteria decision making. Doing so allows adaptation of various criteria in response to changes in various capital allocation chromosomes. Capital allocation chromosomes in the proposed model also adapt to various criteria and evolve in ways that resemble thinking patterns.
    Relation: Applied Mathematics and Computation 218(8), pp.4075-4089
    DOI: 10.1016/j.amc.2011.09.032
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Information Management] Journal Article

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