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Journal Articles:

S. Stotter, J. Cartlidge, & D. Cliff, (In press), “Behavioural investigations of financial trading agents using Exchange Portal (ExPo),” To appear in Springer's LNCS Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence (TCCI), special edition selected papers from ICAART-2013. [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Journal Link] (24 pages, approx. 7,000 words).

J. Cartlidge & P. Clamp, (2014), “Correcting a financial brokerage model for cloud computing: closing the window of opportunity for commercialisation,” Journal of Cloud Computing: Advances, Systems and Applications, vol. 3, no. 2, Apr 2014. [Open Access] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Journal Link] doi:10.1186/2192-113X-3-2 (38 pages, approx. 8,000 words).

J. Cartlidge & D. Ait-Boudaoud, (2011), “Autonomous virulence adaptation improves coevolutionary optimization,” IEEE Trans. Evol. Comput., vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 215–229, Apr. 2011. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Journal Link] doi:10.1109/TEVC.2010.2073471 (15 pages, approx. 13,000 words).

J. Cartlidge & S. Phelps, (2011), “Estimating demand for dynamic pricing in electronic markets,” GSTF Journal on Computing (JoC), vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 128–133, Feb. 2011. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Journal Link] doi:10.5176/2010-2283_1.2.50 (6 pages, approx. 4,500 words).

J. Cartlidge & S. Bullock, (2004), “Combating coevolutionary disengagement by reducing parasite virulence,” Evol. Comput., vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 193–222, Summer 2004. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Journal Link] doi:10.1162/106365604773955148 (30 pages, approx. 15,000 words).

J. Cartlidge & S. Bullock, (2004), “Unpicking tartan CIAO plots: Understanding irregular coevolutionary cycling,” Adaptive Behaviour, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 69–92, Jun. 2004. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Journal Link] doi:10.1177/105971230401200201 (24 pages, approx. 14,000 words).


Published Reports:

J. Cartlidge & D. Cliff, (2012), “Exploring the “robot phase transition” in experimental human-algorithmic markets.” Foresight, The Future of Computer Trading in Financial Markets, Driver Review DR25, Crown Copyright, Apr. 2012. [Available Online] [Available Online 2] [Bibtex] [Abstract] (50 pages, approx. 13,000 words). URN: 12/1058

M. De Luca, C. Szostek, J. Cartlidge, & D. Cliff, (2011), “Studies of interactions between human traders and algorithmic trading systems.” Foresight, The Future of Computer Trading in Financial Markets, Driver Review DR13, Crown Copyright, Sep. 2011. [Available Online] [Available Online 2] [Bibtex] [Abstract] (60 pages, approx. 23,000 words). URN: 11/1232


Conference Papers:

J. Cartlidge, (2014), “Trading experiments using financial agents in a simulated cloud computing commodity market,” in Proc. 6th Int. Conf. Agents and Artif. Intelligence, Vol. 2 - Agents (ICAART-2014). B. Duval, J. van den Herik, S. Loiseau & J. Filipe, Eds. Angers, France: SciTePress, Mar. 2014, pp. 311-317. [Camera-Ready Copy Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] doi:10.5220/0004925303110317 (7 pages, approx. 5000 words).

P. Clamp & J. Cartlidge, (2013), “Pricing the cloud: An adaptive brokerage for cloud computing,” in Proc. 5th Int. Conf. Advances in System Simulation (SIMUL-2013). M. Bauer & P. Lorenz, Eds. Venice, Italy: IARIA XPS Press, Oct 2013, pp. 113-121. [Open Access] [Camera-Ready Copy Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] (9 pages, approx. 6,500 words).

G. Baxter & J. Cartlidge, (2013), “Flying by the seat of their pants: What can High Frequency Trading learn from aviation?,” in Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. Application and Theory of Automation in Command and Control Systems (ATACCS-2013). G. Brat, E. Garcia, A. Moccia, P. Palanque, A. Pasquini, F. J. Saez & M. Winckler, Eds. Naples, Italy: IRIT Press, May 2013, pp. 64-73. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] (10 pages, approx. 8,500 words).

J. Cartlidge & D. Cliff, (2013), “Comparison of Cloud Middleware Protocols and Subscription Network Topologies using CReST, the Cloud Research Simulation Toolkit,” in Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. Cloud Computing and Services Science (CLOSER-2013). F. Desprez, D. Ferguson, E. Hadar, F. Leymann, M. Jarke & M. Helfert, Eds. Aachen, Germany: SciTePress, May 2013, pp. 58-68. [Camera-Ready Copy Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] [Presentation Slides] doi:10.5220/0004377500580068 (11 pages, approx. 6,000 words).
Shortlisted for Best Paper Award.

J. Cartlidge & D. Cliff, (2013), “Evidencing the “robot phase transition” in experimental human-algorithmic markets,” in Proc. 5th Int. Conf. Agents and Artif. Intelligence, Vol. 1 - Agents (ICAART-2013). J. Filipe & A. Fred, Eds. Barcelona, Spain: SciTePress, Feb. 2013, pp. 345-352. [Camera-Ready Copy Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] [Poster] doi:10.5220/0004185603450352 (8 pages, approx. 5,500 words).

S. Stotter, J. Cartlidge, & D. Cliff, (2013), “Exploring assignment-adaptive (ASAD) trading agents in financial market experiments,” in Proc. 5th Int. Conf. Agents and Artif. Intelligence, Vol. 1 - Agents (ICAART-2013). J. Filipe & A. Fred, Eds. Barcelona, Spain: SciTePress, Feb. 2013, pp. 77-88. [Camera-Ready Copy Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] doi:10.5220/0004248000770088 (12 pages, approx. 8,000 words).
Winner of Best Student Paper Award.

J. Cartlidge, C. Szostek, M. De Luca, & D. Cliff, (2012), “Too fast too furious: faster financial-market trading agents can give less efficient markets,” in Proc. 4th Int. Conf. Agents and Artif. Intelligence, Vol. 2 - Agents (ICAART-2012), J. Filipe & A. Fred, Eds. Vilamoura, Portugal: SciTePress, Feb. 2012, pp. 126-135. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] [Presentation Slides] doi:10.5220/0003720301260135 (10 pages, approx. 7,500 words).

J. Cartlidge & I. Sriram, (2011), “Modelling resilience in cloud-scale data centres,” in Proc. 23rd European Modeling & Simulation Symposium (EMSS-2011), A. G. Bruzzone et al., Eds. Rome, Italy: University of Genoa Press, Sep. 2011, pp. 299-307. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] [Presentation Slides] (9 pages, approx. 6,000 words).

J. Cartlidge & S. Phelps, (2010), “Estimating consumer demand from high-frequency data,” in Proc. Ann. Int. Academic Conf. Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing (BIDW-2010), K. Kumar, Ed. Singapore: Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF), Jul. 2010, pp. 132–138. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] doi:10.5176/978-981-08-6308-1_14 (7 pages, approx. 5,000 words).

J. Cartlidge, (2008), “Dynamically adapting parasite virulence to combat coevolutionary disengagement (abstract),” in Proc. 11th Int. Conf. Simulation and Synthesis Living Systems (Alife-11), S. Bullock et al., Eds. Winchester, UK: MIT Press, Aug. 2008, p. 757. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] [Presentation Slides] [Presentation With Movies] (1 page, approx. 500 words).

J. Cartlidge & S. Bullock, (2003), “Caring versus sharing: How to maintain engagement and diversity in coevolving populations,” in Proc. 7th Eur. Conf. Artif. Life (ECAL’03), W. Banzhaf et al., Eds. Dortmund, Germany: Springer Verlag, Sep. 2003, pp. 299–308. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39432-7_32 (10 pages, approx. 5,000 words).

S. Bullock, J. Cartlidge, & M. Thompson, (2002), “Prospects for computational steering of evolutionary computation,” in Workshop Proc. 8th Int. Conf. Artif. Life, E. Bilotta et al., Eds. Sydney, Australia: MIT Press, Dec. 2002, pp. 131–137. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] (7 pages, approx. 4,500 words).

J. Cartlidge & S. Bullock, (2002), “Learning lessons from the common cold: How reducing parasite virulence improves coevolutionary optimization,” in Proc. Congr. Evol. Comput. (CEC’02), D. Fogel et al., Eds. Honolulu, HI: IEEE Press, Jun. 2002, pp. 1420–1425. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Conference Link] doi:10.1109/CEC.2002.1004451 (7 pages, approx. 4,500 words).


PhD Thesis:

J. Cartlidge, (2004), “Rules of Engagement: Competitive Coevolutionary Dynamics in Computational Systems,” PhD thesis, Sch. Comput., Univ. Leeds, UK. [Available Online] [Bibtex] [Abstract] [Department Link] (210 pages, approx. 75,000 words).


Undergraduate Dissertation:

J. Cartlidge, (2000), “An Analysis of Evolutionary Computation used in Image Processing Techniques,” BSc dissertation, Sch. Comput., Univ. Leeds, UK. [Available Online] [Department Link]















































































 

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