• Title, Summary, Keyword: Tweedie distribution

### STABILITY OF A CLASS OF $_p$TH-ORDER NONLINEAR AUTOREGRESSIVE PROCESSES

• Lee, Chan-Ho
• Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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• v.35 no.2
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• pp.227-234
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• 1998
• Criteria are derived for the existence of a unique invariant oprobability distribution of a class of nonlinear pth-order autoregressive oprocesses, which reformulate those of Tweedie's. It will be shown that the criteria in this paper are easily applicable to the linear or piecewise linear case so that some of the earlier results are immediate consequences of our main results.

### Various modeling approaches in auto insurance pricing (다양한 모형화를 통한 자동차 보험가격 산출)

• Kim, Myung-Joon;Kim, Yeong-Hwa
• Journal of the Korean Data and Information Science Society
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• v.20 no.3
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• pp.515-526
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• 2009
• Pricing based on proper risk has been one of main issues in auto insurance. In this paper, we review how the techniques of pricing in auto insurance have been developed and suggest a better approach which meets the existing risk statistically by comparison. The generalized linear model (GLM) method is discussed for pricing with different distributions. With GLM approach, the distribution of error assumed plays an main role for the best fit corresponding to the characteristics of dependent variables. Tweedie distribution is considered as one of error distributions in addition to widely used Gamma and Poisson distribution. With these different types of error assumption for estimating the proper premium in auto insurance, various modeling approaches are possible. In this paper, various modeling approaches with different assumptions for estimating proper risk is discussed and also real example is given by assuming different.

### Bayesian Model Selection in Analysis of Reciprocals

• Kang, Sang-Gil;Kim, Dal-Ho
• 한국데이터정보과학회:학술대회논문집
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• pp.85-93
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• 2005
• Tweedie (1957a) proposed a method for the analysis of residuals from an inverse Gaussian population paralleling the analysis of variance in normal theory. He called it the analysis of reciprocals. In this paper, we propose a Bayesian model selection procedure based on the fractional Bayes factor for the analysis of reciprocals. Using the proposed model procedures, we compare with the classical tests.

### Bayesian Model Selection in Analysis of Reciprocals

• Kang, Sang-Gil;Kim, Dal-Ho;Cha, Young-Joon
• Journal of the Korean Data and Information Science Society
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• v.16 no.4
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• pp.1167-1176
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• 2005
• Tweedie (1957a) proposed a method for the analysis of residuals from an inverse Gaussian population paralleling the analysis of variance in normal theory. He called it the analysis of reciprocals. In this paper, we propose a Bayesian model selection procedure based on the fractional Bayes factor for the analysis of reciprocals. Using the proposed model selection procedures, we compare with the classical tests.