Yiu-Kuen Tse's Nonlife Actuarial Models: Theory, Methods and Evaluation PDF

By Yiu-Kuen Tse

ISBN-10: 0521764653

ISBN-13: 9780521764650

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14) X for a general mixed distribution X . 15) g(xi )fX (xi ). 17) 0 where g (x) is the derivative of g(x) with respect to x. Defining g(x) = x, so that g(0) = 0 and g (x) = 1, the mean of X can be evaluated by ∞ E(X ) = ∞ [1 − FX (x)] dx = 0 SX (x) dx. 2 Let X ∼ U(0, 100). 18). Define a random variable Y as follows Y = 0, X − 20, for X ≤ 20, for X > 20. Determine the df of Y , and its density and mass function. 3 for a proof. 01 0 1002 2 = 50. 01x dx = 50. 0 Thus, the result is verified. 2. 01y. 01y, ⎪ ⎩ 1, for y < 0, for y = 0, for 0 < y ≤ 80, for y > 80.

Thus, by the uniqueness of mgf, X ∼ PN (λ). 3 Some discrete distributions for claim frequency 13 It turns out that the converse of the above result is also true, as summarized in the following theorem. 2 Suppose an event A can be partitioned into m mutually exclusive and exhaustive events Ai , for i = 1, · · · , m. Let X be the number of occurrences of A, and Xi be the number of occurrences of Ai , so that X = X1 + · · · + Xm . e. Pr(Ai | A) = pi , with m i=1 pi = 1. If X ∼ PN (λ), then Xi ∼ PN (λi ), where λi = λpi .

1). If these two blocks of policies are independent, what is the probability that their aggregate claim frequency is less than 3? 30 Claim-frequency distribution Solution Note that the aggregate claim frequency S of the two blocks of policies is the sum of two compound Poisson distributions. Thus, S is itself a compound Poisson distribution with λ = 2 + 4 = 6. We shall apply the Panjer recursion to compute the distribution of S. To do this, we first consider the pf of the secondary distributions of the blocks of policies.

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