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Since obtaining his Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence in Finance from the University of Durham (UK) in 1997, Dr. Marco Costantino has been employed in the financial industry, first with J P Morgan and, since 2003, as Financial Markets Manager with the Royal Bank of Scotland. He is the author of numerous conference papers and journal articles on artificial intelligence in finance and multimedia and hypertext environments. Dr. Paolo Coletti teaches courses in Computer Science and Information Processing at the School of Economics and Management of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.
1: Financial information and investment decisions 2: Financial tools - Conventional quantitative tools; Artificial intelligence techniques; Qualitative tools 3: Traditional approaches on qualitative information - Reuters 3000 Xtra; Bloomberg; Other information systems; Weaknesses of traditional approaches 4: Natural language processing and information extraction - Information retrieval; The TREC competitions; Information extraction; The MUC competitions; The MUC systems; User-definable template interfaces; Conclusions 5: LOLITA and IE-expert systems - Introduction and scope; Architecture of the system; Information extraction; Templates available in the system; Implementation of the financial templates; The takeover financial template; Performance; Integration with elementised news systems; The IE-expert system 6: Conclusions