Can MATLAB Stateflow replace the functionality of Streambase real time market data analytics in an HFT system?

(Last Updated On: April 12, 2013)

Can MATLAB Stateflow replace the functionality of Streambase real time market data analytics in an HFT system?

From another Premium Member regarding his query on Streambase:

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I haven’t looked at this yet, but it may have relevance to your (“our”) project.

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I’ll take a look at it, strictly from a “best practices” standpoint, and see if they offer any useful benchmarks and/or insights.  Of course, our taxes will have to come first………..





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