Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

An exposure curve is defined between x between 0 and 1 and represents the ratio of the limited expected value to unlimited expected value.

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`x` |
x value, percentage of damage to total loss |

`shape1, shape2` |
parameters for the beta distribution. |

`min, max` |
parameters for the uniform distribution. |

`ecbeta`

, `ecunif`

is the theoretical exposure curve function for beta and uniform distribution.

A numeric value

Giorgio Spedicato Christophe Dutang

BERNEGGER, STEFAN. THE SWISS RE EXPOSURE CURVES AND THE MBBEFD DISTRIBUTION CLASS. Astin Bulletin (1997): 99.

`ecmbbefd`

and `ecMBBEFD`

are implemented in `mbbefd-distr`

.
See also `Uniform`

, `Beta`

, `swissRe`

.

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