Data-driven Neural Architecture Learning For Financial Time-series Forecasting

by   Dat Thanh Tran, et al.

Forecasting based on financial time-series is a challenging task since most real-world data exhibits nonstationary property and nonlinear dependencies. In addition, different data modalities often embed different nonlinear relationships which are difficult to capture by human-designed models. To tackle the supervised learning task in financial time-series prediction, we propose the application of a recently formulated algorithm that adaptively learns a mapping function, realized by a heterogeneous neural architecture composing of Generalized Operational Perceptron, given a set of labeled data. With a modified objective function, the proposed algorithm can accommodate the frequently observed imbalanced data distribution problem. Experiments on a large-scale Limit Order Book dataset demonstrate that the proposed algorithm outperforms related algorithms, including tensor-based methods which have access to a broader set of input information.



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