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Two diversified functions were thought of, vehicle claims from Massachusetts and well-being costs from the Netherlands. we now have healthy eleven varied distributions to those info. The distributions are very easily nested inside of a unmarried 4 parameter distribution, the generalized beta of the second one style. This courting allows research and comparisons. In either instances the GB2 supplied the easiest healthy and the Burr three is the simplest 3 parameter version. relating to motor vehicle claims, the flexibleness of the GB2 presents a statistically siE;nificant development in healthy over all different types. in terms of Dutch well-being charges the development of the GB2 relative to numerous possible choices used to be now not statistically major. * the writer appreciates the examine guidance of Mark Bean, younger Yong Kim and Steve White. the knowledge used have been supplied by means of Richard Derrig of The Massachusetts vehicle ranking and twist of fate Prevention Bureau and by means of Bob Van der Laan and The Silver pass beginning for the medical health insurance declare information. 2~ REFERENCES Arnold, B. C. 1983. Pareto Distributions. Bartonsville: foreign Cooperative Publishing apartment. Cummins, J. D. and L. R. Freifelder. 1978. A comparative research of other greatest possible each year mixture loss estimators. magazine of possibility and coverage 45:27-52. *Cummins, J. D., G. Dionne, and L. Maistre. 1987. software of the GB2 kinfolk of distributions in collective probability concept. collage of Pennsylvania: Mimeographed manuscript. Hogg, R. V. and S. A. Klugman. 1983. at the estimation of lengthy tailed skewed distributions with actuarial applications.

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3 b .. lJ Some results involving non-negative matrices f: Let a matrix B be called non-negative if all elements 0; write B f: O. Call B positive if all b .. > O. lJ Now let the k non-negati ve matrix B be square, and consider powers B, k = 1, 2, etc. The matrix B is called irreducible if, for each possible choice of i, j, there exists k for which the (i,j) element of Bk is > o. 1) If It is a 0 square matrix with real eleme~rs, such that B ... elementwise as k ... 1) convergence being elementwise, and with BO = I.

Let e be a non-negative square matrix of larger dimension than B and with partitioned form: *] e B {*" [ {f- Then e has a dominant eigenvalue Proof. = the If s is O(sn) for large n. ~ r. dominant eigenvalue of e, then en But the leading submatrix of en is: Bn + other non-negative terms ~ Bn = O(r n ). s ~ r. 5. Let b > 0 and B be the n x n matrix with (i,j) element b .. defined by: 1J b .. 1J b, i i 0, I j; j. The dominant eigenvalue of B is (n-l)b. Let Proof. b~~)be the (i,j) element of Bk. 1J checked by induction that all off-diagonal It may be elements of Bk are equal, and the all diagonal elements are equal.

Irreducibility of B+C follows immediately from irreducibility of B,C and the definition of irreducibility. Now since C is irreducible, C ~ 0 and so B+C ~ B. 3. 3 again, the dominant eigenval ue of B+C ~ r. Consider the case of positive definite irreducible -C. By the same a rgument as above, the dominant eigenvalue xTCx 0 < of for B+C;"r. all sufficiently large kxTCx < definite. 4. 0, By I x k > in positive definiteness of -C, Hence, x, O. 0 which implies + B+kC case is not positive NOTATION AND BASIC DYNAMICS The following subsequent sections.

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