Build Neural Network Indicator in MT4 using Neuroshell

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Old Feb 2, 2012, 4:10pm   #785
 
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Re: Build Neural Network Indicator in MT4 using Neuroshell

yes, I want chaos Hunter too, although I think it is for forex totally useless....
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Old Feb 2, 2012, 4:28pm   #786
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arryex started this thread I just found a right way to get a good CH model, then implement it on NST to get trading statistic and in MT4 for trade.

One remaining step is to convert it into EA... (hope I am not a donkey who found back only my tail)
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Old Feb 2, 2012, 4:31pm   #787
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arryex started this thread Ha..ha..nice statement

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Old Feb 2, 2012, 5:11pm   #788
 
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Hiya Arryex,

Ward Systems claims to now be MT4-friendly, but I see nothing in their documentation online which backs that up. Can the process from CH to MT4 be automated? They finally moved CH to be able to be CUDA-compatible, although I haven't seen that claim verified either. Since my system has 1024 CUDA Cores available, that might come in handy.
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Old Feb 2, 2012, 7:53pm   #789
 
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arry,
you don't really need to scratch the formula in the ChaosHunter in your PDF... I wanted to see it..

So you do implement the choashunter results in NS. Then, NS does send trade signals to MT4, right ?
sounds interesting.. can you do it for forex as well ??
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Old Feb 3, 2012, 3:55am   #790
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arryex started this thread Hi Merlin,

I am not using GPU, but I verified that it works on multicores CPU.

You can see here sample when running CH, there is 3 client and 1 main server since I am using 4 cores CPU. In addition, it can works in a network that consists of several PC. But I never tried it.

Hi Patrick,
We can use CH in forex as well, later I will shown it if I already have it, now I more focus on the gold.

Cheers
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Old Feb 3, 2012, 8:24am   #791
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arryex started this thread There are 2 ways to deploy CH on MT4:
1. Deploy formula, signal or equity using runtime library (CHwrapper.dll)
2. Create indicator from CH formula

You can only have them from developer, please do not ask me.

On this chart, it shown:
- indicator signal on chart
- indicator using CH formula
- indicator formula using CHwrapper
- indicator signal using CHwrapper
- indicator equity using CHwrapper

If deploying on NST you will have the last three above.
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