@prefix dc: . @prefix dcterms: . @prefix eprint: . DescriptionSet ( Description ( ResourceId ( work1 ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:type ) Value URI ( ) Vocabulary Encoding Scheme URI ( eprint:EntityType ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:type ) Value URI ( ) Vocabulary Encoding Scheme URI ( eprint:Type ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:title ) Value String ( "Matrix-Form recursions for a family of compound distributions" ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:abstract ) Value String ( "Sumario: In this paper, we aim to evaluate the distribution of the aggregate claims in the collective risk model. The claim count distribution is firstly assumed to belong to a generalised (a, b, 0) family. A matrix form recursive formula is then derived to evaluate the related compound distribution when individual claim amounts follow a discrete distribution on non-negative integers. The corresponding formula is also given for continuous individual claim amounts. Secondly, we pay particular attention to the recursive formula for compound phase-type distributions, since only certain types of discrete phase-type distributions belong to the generalised (a, b, 0) family. Similar recursive formulae are obtained for discrete and continuous individual claim amount distributions. Finally, numerical examples are presented for three counting distributions. " ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:creator ) Value String ( "Wu, Xueyuan" ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( eprint:isExpressedAs ) ValueId ( expression1 ) ) ) Description ( ResourceId ( expression1 ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:type ) Value URI ( ) Vocabulary Encoding Scheme URI ( eprint:EntityType ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:description ) Value String ( "Sumario: In this paper, we aim to evaluate the distribution of the aggregate claims in the collective risk model. The claim count distribution is firstly assumed to belong to a generalised (a, b, 0) family. A matrix form recursive formula is then derived to evaluate the related compound distribution when individual claim amounts follow a discrete distribution on non-negative integers. The corresponding formula is also given for continuous individual claim amounts. Secondly, we pay particular attention to the recursive formula for compound phase-type distributions, since only certain types of discrete phase-type distributions belong to the generalised (a, b, 0) family. Similar recursive formulae are obtained for discrete and continuous individual claim amount distributions. Finally, numerical examples are presented for three counting distributions. " ) ) Statement ( PropertyURI ( dc:language ) Value String ( "sp" ) ) ) )