Live ONLINE demo complete workflow of Matlab Simulink to Tradelink with Microsoft .NET

(Last Updated On: February 21, 2013)
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Live demo comLive demo complete workflow of Matlab Simulink visual model to code generation into live trading open source platform Tradelink

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As you know, I had to sadly kick to the curb just due to their lack of documentation on their framework. As a result, I have swapped it with Tradelink which is the #1 open source FREE trading platform with HFT capability. So on Monday Feb 11 at 7pm EST, I will be focusing on:
1. Code generation to C or C++ from a Tradelink Simulink model
2. Create a static library from code generation package (in C or C++)
3. Create a managed wrapper C++ DLL with CLR support to call the static library
4. Enable a Tradelink application to call the managed wrapper with a dynamically loaded trading stategy
5. Launch a Tradelink application like Gauntlet to implement the strategy for live trading or backtesting uses

I still need to verify location but I am hoping at Yorkdale Mallplete workflow of Matlab Simulink to Tradelink

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