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

Generates an object of class `"GEVFamily"`

which
represents a Generalized EV family.

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`loc` |
real: known/fixed threshold/location parameter |

`scale` |
positive real: scale parameter |

`shape` |
positive real: shape parameter |

`of.interest` |
character: which parameters, transformations are of interest. |

`p` |
real or NULL: probability needed for quantile and expected shortfall |

`N` |
real or NULL: expected frequency for expected loss |

`trafo` |
matrix or NULL: transformation of the parameter |

`start0Est` |
startEstimator — if |

`withPos` |
logical of length 1: Is shape restricted to positive values? |

`secLevel` |
a numeric of length 1:
In the ideal GEV model, for each observastion |

`withCentL2` |
logical: shall L2 derivative be centered by substracting
the E()? Defaults to |

`withL2derivDistr` |
logical: shall the distribution of the L2 derivative
be computed? Defaults to |

`..ignoreTrafo` |
logical: only used internally in |

`..withWarningGEV` |
logical: shall warnings be issued if shape is large? |

The slots of the corresponding L2 differentiable parameteric family are filled.

Object of class `"GEVFamily"`

Matthias Kohl Matthias.Kohl@stamats.de

Peter Ruckdeschel peter.ruckdeschel@uni-oldenburg.de

Nataliya Horbenko nhorbenko@gmail.com

Kohl, M. (2005) *Numerical Contributions to
the Asymptotic Theory of Robustness*. Bayreuth: Dissertation.

M.~Kohl, P. Ruckdeschel, H.~Rieder (2010):
Infinitesimally Robust Estimation in General Smoothly Parametrized Models.
*Stat. Methods Appl.*, **19**, 333–354.

Ruckdeschel, P. and Horbenko, N. (2012): Yet another breakdown point notion:
EFSBP –illustrated at scale-shape models. *Metrika*, **75**(8),
1025–1047.

1 2 3 | ```
(G1 <- GEVFamily())
FisherInfo(G1)
checkL2deriv(G1)
``` |

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