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actuar: An R Package for Actuarial Science
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This paper reviews, in non technical terms, the various features of the current version of the actuar package. Expand
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Principles and Application of Credibility Theory
We review the history of the practical development of credibility theory. Emphasis is placed on the two main approaches to credibility theory: limited fluctuation credibility and greatest accuracyExpand
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Four-Bar Linkage Synthesis Using Non-convex Optimization
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We show how four-bar linkages can be designed using non-convex optimization techniques using quadratic constraints and show how redundant constraints help to solve the problem. Expand
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Simulation of Compound Hierarchical Models in R
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We propose an R function to simulate data from compound models in which both the frequency component and the severity component can have a hierarchical structure. Expand
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expert: Modeling Without Data Using Expert Opinion
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We do not mean to give a complete introduction to the theory and practice of expert opinion elicita-tion in this paper. Expand
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Risk theory features of actuar
Risk theory refers to a body of techniques to model and measure the risk associated with a portfolio of insurance contracts. A first approach consists in modeling the distribution of total claimsExpand
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Usages et circulations des informations médiatiques dans les milieux populaires : enquête sur la construction des "lieux communs médiatiques"
En considerant les informations comme des biens culturels parmi d'autres, cette recherche a voulu en saisir la reception dans les milieux populaires, Le terrain d'enquete est un grand ensemble HLM deExpand
Cyril Lemieux, dir., La subjectivité journalistique. Paris, Éd. de l’ehess, coll. Cas de figure, 2010, 315 p.
La subjectivite journalistique est d’abord un livre de sociologie des professions, en l’occurrence du journalisme. Une serie d’etudes de cas relativement detaillees dresse un panorama desExpand