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R - Mortality Tables
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Reinhold Kainhofer
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Fix docstring (lists)
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#' tables. It contains the name and some general values applying to all
#' types of tables. In particular, it holds individual tables for each of the
#' transition probabilities. Possible states are:
#' * active: healty, no pension, typically paying some kin of premium
#' * incapacity: disablity pension, in most cases permanent, not working, early pension
#' * retirement: old age pension, usually starting with a fixed age
#' * dead
#' * Widow/widower pension
#'
#' Correspondingly, the following transition probabilities can be given:
#' * qxaa: death probability of actives (active -> dead)
#' * ix: invalidity probability (active -> incapacity)
#' * qix: death probability of invalid (invalid -> dead)
#' * rx: reactivation probability (incapacity -> active)
#' * apx: retirement probability (active -> retirement), typically 1 for a fixed age
#' * apx: retirement probability of invalids (invalid -> retirement), typically 0 or 1 for a fixed age
#' * qpx: death probability of retired (retired -> dead)
#' * hx: probability of a widow at moment of death (dead -> widow), y(x) age differene
#' * qxw: death probability of widows/widowers
#' * qgx: death probability of total group (irrespective of state)
#' \itemize{
#' \item active: healty, no pension, typically paying some kin of premium
#' \item incapacity: disablity pension, in most cases permanent, not working, early pension
#' \item retirement: old age pension, usually starting with a fixed age
#' \item dead \itemize{
#' \item Widow/widower pension
#' }
#' }
#' Correspondingly, the following transition probabilities can be given:\describe{
#' \item{qxaa}{death probability of actives (active -> dead)}
#' \item{ix}{invalidity probability (active -> incapacity)}
#' \item{qix}{death probability of invalid (invalid -> dead)}
#' \item{rx}{reactivation probability (incapacity -> active)}
#' \item{apx}{retirement probability (active -> retirement), typically 1 for a fixed age}
#' \item{apx}{retirement probability of invalids (invalid -> retirement), typically 0 or 1 for a fixed age}
#' \item{qpx}{death probability of retired (retired -> dead)}
#' \item{hx}{probability of a widow at moment of death (dead -> widow), y(x) age difference}
#' \item{qxw}{death probability of widows/widowers}
#' \item{qgx}{death probability of total group (irrespective of state)}
#' }
#'
#' @slot qx Death probability table of actives (derived from mortalityTable)
#' @slot ix Invalidity probability of actives (derived from mortalityTable)
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tables. It contains the name and some general values applying to all
types of tables. In particular, it holds individual tables for each of the
transition probabilities. Possible states are:
* active: healty, no pension, typically paying some kin of premium
* incapacity: disablity pension, in most cases permanent, not working, early pension
* retirement: old age pension, usually starting with a fixed age
* dead
* Widow/widower pension
\itemize{
\item active: healty, no pension, typically paying some kin of premium
\item incapacity: disablity pension, in most cases permanent, not working, early pension
\item retirement: old age pension, usually starting with a fixed age
\item dead \itemize{
\item Widow/widower pension
}
}
Correspondingly, the following transition probabilities can be given:\describe{
\item{qxaa}{death probability of actives (active -> dead)}
\item{ix}{invalidity probability (active -> incapacity)}
\item{qix}{death probability of invalid (invalid -> dead)}
\item{rx}{reactivation probability (incapacity -> active)}
\item{apx}{retirement probability (active -> retirement), typically 1 for a fixed age}
\item{apx}{retirement probability of invalids (invalid -> retirement), typically 0 or 1 for a fixed age}
\item{qpx}{death probability of retired (retired -> dead)}
\item{hx}{probability of a widow at moment of death (dead -> widow), y(x) age difference}
\item{qxw}{death probability of widows/widowers}
\item{qgx}{death probability of total group (irrespective of state)}
}
\details{
Correspondingly, the following transition probabilities can be given:
* qxaa: death probability of actives (active -> dead)
* ix: invalidity probability (active -> incapacity)
* qix: death probability of invalid (invalid -> dead)
* rx: reactivation probability (incapacity -> active)
* apx: retirement probability (active -> retirement), typically 1 for a fixed age
* apx: retirement probability of invalids (invalid -> retirement), typically 0 or 1 for a fixed age
* qpx: death probability of retired (retired -> dead)
* hx: probability of a widow at moment of death (dead -> widow), y(x) age differene
* qxw: death probability of widows/widowers
* qgx: death probability of total group (irrespective of state)
}
\section{Slots}{
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