Functions and data sets for actuarial science: modeling of loss distributions; risk theory and ruin theory; simulation of compound models, discrete mixtures and compound hierarchical models; credibility theory. Support for many additional probability distributions to model insurance loss size and frequency: 23 continuous heavy tailed distributions; the Poisson-inverse Gaussian discrete distribution; zero-truncated and zero-modified extensions of the standard discrete distributions. Support for phase-type distributions commonly used to compute ruin probabilities.
|Author||Vincent Goulet [cre, aut], Sébastien Auclair [ctb], Christophe Dutang [aut], Walter Garcia-Fontes [ctb], Nicholas Langevin [ctb], Xavier Milhaud [ctb], Tommy Ouellet [ctb], Alexandre Parent [ctb], Mathieu Pigeon [aut], Louis-Philippe Pouliot [ctb], Jeffrey A. Ryan [aut] (Package API), Robert Gentleman [aut] (Parts of the R to C interface), Ross Ihaka [aut] (Parts of the R to C interface), R Core Team [aut] (Parts of the R to C interface), R Foundation [aut] (Parts of the R to C interface)|
|Maintainer||Vincent Goulet <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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