A hierarchical Bayesian approach to modeling embryo by Dukk V.

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X/ x exp. x/ Ä wL0X . Ä/ C1 ; x ! 1: This light tailed asymptotic result demonstrates that the behaviour of the compound loss distribution tail is determined by either the frequency or the severity depending on which has the heavier tail. In addition, it is clear that the Poisson distribution tail is too light for this result to be valid, since the radius of convergence of generating function is infinite. There are therefore alternative expansions developed for compound Poisson risk processes such as the saddle point approximation.

Then, if there exists Ä > 0, such that the Laplace transform of the severity 46 P. Del Moral et al. x/ D exp. x/; 8s 2 R; 0 matches the radius of convergence of the generating function of the frequency distribution, w 1 D LX . Ä/; with L0X . x/ x exp. x/ Ä wL0X . Ä/ C1 ; x ! 1: This light tailed asymptotic result demonstrates that the behaviour of the compound loss distribution tail is determined by either the frequency or the severity depending on which has the heavier tail. In addition, it is clear that the Poisson distribution tail is too light for this result to be valid, since the radius of convergence of generating function is infinite.

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