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m,c,s,a] denotes the number of surrendered policies by moneyness m, curtate duration c (in months), policy size s (in million JPY), and attained age a (in years).
Moneyness is followed first by the interaction between moneyness and policy size, second by curtate duration, and third by the attained age of the insured life.
Curtate duration plays a significant role in explaining the observed policyholder behavior.
after the structure of transition state, the curtate trend of the length is slow down, and the 11O-4H bond appeared, The length between atoms remains unchanged; On the contrary, the length of 2O-4H is greatly elongated until the bond is broken.
after the structure of transition state, the curtate trend of the length is slow down, and the 2O-5H bond appeared, The length between atoms remains unchanged; at the same time, the length of 1C-5H is greatly elongated until the bond is broken.
k] (or equivalently curtate life of 8 = [summation] k[f.
The distribution of the remaining curtate lifetime thus depends on the individual differential mortality factor.
M](x, d) denotes the individual remaining curtate lifetime.
i] when h = 0, the curtate random time of decrement is [K.