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Multivariate claim numbers models
Zušťáková, Lucie ; Mazurová, Lucie (advisor) ; Cipra, Tomáš (referee)
Multidimensional frequency models can be used for modeling number of claims from different branches which are somehow dependent on each other. As in the one-dimensional case Poisson distribution and negative binomial distribution are primarily used for modeling multidimensional claim counts data, only they are extended to higher dimensions. The generalization of multi- dimensional distributions is often done using so-called shock variables, where one random variable is included in all dimensions of a random vector which models claim counts. The more comprehensive approach to modeling dependence uses copulas. Comparison of these models is done on a simulated data of number of claims from two different car insurance guarantees.
Religious Education and Related Religious Traditions at Jindřichův Hradec Grammar School between 1868-1914
The Diploma thesis is primarily focused od religious education and church traditions kept at the Jindřichův Hradec grammar school between 1868 and 1914, during the rule od Habsburg monarchy, from separation od school to Czech and German, until the beginning of World War I.

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