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Sagy Pundak Mintz
MINTZ SAGY P, WEST ROBERT A, KONDILIS CHRISTOS: [fr] Système et procédé de simulation dun environnement de commerce électronique, [de] System und Verfahren zur Simulation eines electronischen Handelsumfelds, [en] System and method for simulating an electronic trading environment. TRADING TECH INT, April 6, 2011: EP2306394-A2

[en] Market data is recorded from a real live exchange. The recording data can be played back in real time or delayed, in any manner, to simulate the recorded market. Moreover, one or more users can participate in the simulated market just as if they were participating in a real-live market. The sys ...


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Sagy Pundak Mintz
Mintz Sagy P, West Robert A, Kondilis Christos: System and method for simulating an electronic trading environment. Trading Technologies International, SAMPSON Matthew J, August 28, 2003: WO/2003/071397

Market data is recorded from a real live exchange. The recording data (602) can be played back in real time or delayed, in any manner, to simulate (608) the recorded market. Moreover, one or more users can participate in the simulated market just as if they were participating in a real-live market. ...


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Sagy Pundak Mintz
Mintz Sagy P, West Robert A, Kondilis Christos: System and method for simulating an electronic trading environment. Trading Tech Int, November 17, 2004: EP1476836-A2

Market data is recorded from a real live exchange. The recording data can be played back in real time or delayed, in any manner, to simulate the recorded market. Moreover, one or more users can participate in the simulated market just as if they were participating in a real-live market. The system p ...


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Kondilis Christos, Chu Andrew: Reducing audio gaps during a communication network handoff. Motorola, JACOBS Jeffrey K, December 20, 2001: WO/2001/097431

A method of reducing an audio gap in a connection between communication hardware and a mobile unit (120) during a handoff between a first cell (114) and a second cell (116) in a communication network (102), wherein a first voice processor (128) is communicatively coupled to a mobile switching center ...