Resources for Subject CT4 Models. Suggested additional reading for Subject CT4. Some title links lead to book details on the IFoA Library catalogue. From here. Type: Book; Author(s): Institute and Faculty of Actuaries; Date: ; Publisher: Institute and Faculty of Actuaries; Pub place: [London?]. Subject CT4: models: core technical: core reading for the exams. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Subject CT4: models: core technical: core.
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Analysis of run-off triangles Unit 7 of CT6 7. Flashcards Flashcards are a set of A6-sized cards that cover the key points of readinf subject that most students want to commit to memory. The same general principles apply as for the X Assignment Marking.
Develop census formulae given age at birthday where the age may be classified as next, last, or nearest relative to the birthday as appropriate. Senate Steering Committee From: Study Guide Page 11 If you have many queries on the course material, you should raise them at a tutorial or book a personal tuition session with an ActEd tutor.
The main aim is to introduce some of the applications of statistics in cre insurance industry. If you feel that you need to brush up on your mathematical skills before starting the course, you may find it useful to study the Foundation ActEd Course FAC or read an appropriate textbook.
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State the essential features of a Markov process model. Assignments X3 and X4 are mark tests and should take you three hours to deading.
Describe possible applications of mixed processes. Study Guide Page 25 2. These are a mix of: They incorporate the complete Core Reading and include full explanation of all the syllabus objectives, with worked examples and short questions to test your understanding. Sun 11 Mar – Queries and feedback From time to time you may come across something in the study material that is unclear to you. Credibility theory Unit 6 of CT6 6. Describe an observational plan in respect of a finite number of individuals observed during a finite period of time, and define the resulting statistics, including the waiting times.
Describe sickness and marriage models in terms of duration dependent Markov processes and describe other simple applications. Explain the importance of dividing the data into homogeneous classes, including subdivision by age and sex. If you purchase Series Marking, you will not be able to defer the marking to a future exam sitting or transfer it to a different subject or student.
Describe models for proportional hazards, and how these models coge be used to estimate the impact of covariates on the hazard. Therefore it is important to find ways of maximising your score in the shortest possible time.
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Describe how to estimate transition intensities depending on age, exactly or using the census approximation. Finding a way to fit revision into your routine as painlessly as possible has got to be a good strategy! Read carefully the instructions on the answer book and make sure that the 20 Jun Rev. X Assignment Marking We are happy to mark your attempts at the X assignments. The first four parts include a range of short and long questions to test your understanding of the corresponding part of the Course Notes.
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Actuarial Models Time allowed: Please read this Study Guide carefully before reading the Course Notes, even if you have studied for some actuarial exams before. Describe the advantages of the multiple state Markov model compared with the Binomial and Poisson models, in terms of: Describe the reasons for graduating crude estimates of transition intensities or probabilities, and state the desirable properties of a set of graduated estimates.
Describe, in general terms, how to decide whether a model is suitable for any particular application. Estimating the lifetime distribution Fx t Unit 6 of CT4. We recommend that you always use the up-to-date Core Reading to prepare for the exams. As you study, pay particular attention to the listing of the Syllabus Objectives and to the Core Reading.
Chapter 9 Derive maximum likelihood estimators for the transition intensities in models of transfers between states with piecewise constant transition intensities. Define in general terms a stochastic process and in particular a counting process. Describe the Binomial model of the mortality of a group of identical individuals subject to no other decrements between two given ages, in the naive case where all lives are observed for exactly one year.
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