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On homogenous random processes and collective risk theory.

Carl Otto Segerdahl

On homogenous random processes and collective risk theory.

by Carl Otto Segerdahl

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksells boktr. in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Probabilities.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRandom processes and collective risk theory.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA273 .S4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination131 p.
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6083178M
    LC Control Number50049939
    OCLC/WorldCa2291482

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Segerdahl, Carl Otto. On homogenous random processes and collective risk theory. Uppsala, Almqvist & Wiksells boktr., In the present chapter we would like to apply the theory developed there, to models from collective risk theory.

In particular, we will make considerable use of the marking and transformation techniques of PRMs introduced in Sectionand we will intensively exploit the independence of Poisson claim numbers and Poisson integrals on disjoint parts of the time-claim size : Thomas Mikosch.

The risk process X(t) = ct ∑N(t) k=1 Zk is called classical risk process if fZkg1 k=1 are i.i.d. random variables having common distribution function F(z) with F(0) = 0 and mean value EZk =, N(t) is a homogenous Poisson process with intensity and independent of fZkg.

We will mainly be interested in this type of risk Size: KB. The purpose of this book is to provide a concise introduction to risk theory, as well as to its main application procedures to reinsurance.

The first part of the book covers risk theory. It presents the most prevalent model of ruin theory, as well as a discussion on insurance premium calculation principles and the mathematical tools that enable.

The paper is divided into two parts (the first ends at formula (7)) because of a formal restriction on the length of a paper in a volume of the journal Atti della Reale Accademia. Author: V.

Zolotarev. claim distribution, the random function,V(r) represents the total amount of the claims paid for in the group, when the parameter passes the domain considered.

Then, the process constituted by X(T) is called the risk process, and if, particularly, V(x). A NEW COLLECTIVE RISK MODEL mance viewed over time is a random (stochastic) process. It is becoming more common now to view the claims process as a stochastic process.

One exposition of this idea is given by John A. Beekman, in "Collective Risk Results" [2]. Risk Theory—this is an excellent introduction. I was going to say this even if he were not here, but it really is an excellent introduction In the collective theory of risk, we consider a company with a portfolio of insurance contracts.

The kind of contracts that we are is, that one has a random process which determines the times at. In risk theory there are two basic models for the amount of loss in an insurance collective: the individual model and the collective model.

Both these models are described in this section. We also derive approximations for tail probabilities for the distribution of the total amount of Size: KB.

MODERN GENERAL RISK THEORY BERTIL ALMER 1) RISK ELEMENTS -- DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROPERTIES. Introduction Modern life is characterized by risks of different kind: some threatening all persons and some restricted to the owners of property, motor ears, etc., while still others are typical for someCited by: 3.

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Received 12 December A general martingale, related to the theory of Markov processes, is introduced and it is shown how it can be used in risk theory.

Keywords: Risk process, Martingale, Markov process, Predictable process, Ruin probabilities, Renewal by:   On the Capital Allocation Problem for a New Coherent Risk Measure in Collective Risk arXivv1 [] 2 Nov On the Capital Allocation Problem for a New Coherent Risk.

In this work, the non-homogeneous risk model is considered. In such a model, claims and inter-arrival times are independent but possibly non-identically distributed. The easily verifiable conditions are found such that the ultimate ruin probability of the model satisfies the exponential estimate exp { − ϱ u } for all values of the initial surplus u ⩾ 0.

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The objective for implementing homogeneousFile Size: KB. There are few topics that are more important than risk and rational decision making, as the contributions to this special issue attest. If we contemplate the risks and consequences of smoking, substance use, reckless driving, violent crime, and unprotected sex, we cannot help but conjure up an image of the stereotypical, irrational risk taker: the by: Generating Homogeneous Poisson Processes.

This fact implies that the random process that regulates the activation of the loads cannot be a simple HPP. to allow more accurate collective. there are many excellent books on probability theory and random processes. However, we flnd that these texts are too demanding for the level of the course.

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Insurance mathematical theory can be divided into three parts: 1. life insurance, 2. non-life insurance, 3. risk theory. In these series of lectures we will review some notions, concepts and results from the third group.

1 Basic notions of risk theory In the chapters dealing with insurance aspects, we will restrict our attention to one. Individual strategies at the subsystem level generally conflict with collective desires at the system level.

Game theory, the natural tool to analyze individual‐collective conflicts that affect risk, is integrated into PRA. Conflicts arise in series, parallel, and summation systems over which player(s) prefer(s) to incur the cost of risk Cited by: particular examples of random processes: Gaussian and Poisson processes.

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