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JBEAM

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JBEAM - Batch scheduling, processing and monitoring framework.

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finance-nscc-insurance

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A framework to simplify reading, storing and coalescing data from NSCC Insurance standard files.

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cpicids

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consumer

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WelcomeThis project is a web application to allow consumers to compare Homeowners Insurance Premiums Automobile Insurance Premiums Consumers select the best risk characteristics for each coverage based on their own situation. The criteria is presented to the consumers in the form of radio ... [More] controls from the excellent EXTJS javascript/ajax framework. HomeownersThe Homeowners Comparison Guide includes comparison of premiums for the following policies: Homeowners Policy Renters Policy Condominium Policy Risk characteristics presented to the consumer include: Location Deductible Amount Coverage Amount Structure Type Distance From Fire Station and Fire Hydrant Year Home Built AutomobileThe Automobile Comparison Guide includes comparison of premiums for the following policies: Sing [Less]

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chainladder

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OverviewChainLadder (google code name chainladder) is an R package that grew out of presentations the author gave at the Stochastic Reserving Seminar at the Institute of Actuaries in November 2007 and 2008. The package provides the Mack-, Munich- and Bootstrap-chain-ladder models. ChainLadder is ... [More] also available via CRAN. New version 0.1.2-13 provides new argument alpha for MackChainLadder, new basic chainladder function and more examples for MackChainLadder. See also some examples here. InstallationFrom CRANStart R on your computer and type: install.packages('ChainLadder')From Google CodeR under WindowsGo to the "Downloads" tab on this site and download the most recent zip-file (Windows binary) to your hard drive. Open R and select from the "Packages" menu at the top of the R console "Install package(s) from local zip files...". Naviagate to the folder where you saved the zip-file, select the zip-file and click open. R under UNIX / Mac OS XGo to the "Downloads" tab on this site and download the most recent tar.gz-file (source code) to your hard drive. Open a terminal window and navigate to the folder where you saved the tar.gz-file and type: R CMD INSTALL ChainLadder_x.x.x.tar.gz (subsitute x.x.x with the version number) Using ChainLadderAfter you installed the package type into R: library('ChainLadder')DocumentationChainLadder-documentation ExamplesTo get an idea of the ChainLadder package check out some examples here. Chain ladder age-to-age factors can be regarded as weighted linear regression through the origin, see here for the underlying concept. The ChainLadder package provides also an example spreadsheet, which shows you how you can access the ChainLadder R functions from Excel via the RExcel-Addin. After you installed the package you will find the spreadsheet in the ChainLadder library folder. The R command system.file("Excel", package="ChainLadder") tells you the path to the Excel-folder; alternatively you can download it here. Using the rcom package it is possible to put your R output directly into PowerPoint or Word, see here for an example. PresentationsThe ChainLadder package, working with databases and MS Office interfaces, presentation at the "R you ready?" workshop, Institute of Actuaries, 24 July 2009 The ChainLadder package at the London R user group meeting 31 March 2009 Introduction to R, Loss Reserving with R at the Stochastic Reserving and Modelling Seminar, 2 -- 3 December 2008, Institute of Actuaries, London Loss Reserving with R, together with Vincent Goulet and Daniel Murphy at the annual CAS meeting in Seattle November 2008 ChainLadder at R-user conference Dortmund August 2008 Screencast: How to install R and Rtools under Windows Useful linksIntroduction to R for Actuaries by Nigel de Silva lossDev - A Bayesian time series loss development model. Features include skewed-t distribution with time-varying scale parameter, Reversible Jump MCMC for determining the functional form of the consumption path, and a structural break in this path; by Christopher W. Laws and Frank A. Schmid If you are also interested in loss distributions modeling, risk theory (including ruin theory), simulation of compound hierarchical models and credibility theory check out the actuar package by C. Dutang, V. Goulet and M. Pigeon. If have trouble with your IT department to get R on your machine this document might help you to put some good arguments forward. The report "An Actuarial Toolkit" was presented at the GIRO convention 2006 in Vienna. The RToolkit web page has a lot of examples, tips and tricks with R in an actuarial context. Here is a video showing how to build R packages under MS Windows There is a half hour long video demo about using R via Excel (RExcel) at http://rcom.univie.ac.at/RExcelDemo/ R-SIG-insurance -- Special Interest Group on using R in actuarial science and insurance NewsVersion 0.1.2-13 ================ USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o 'MackChainLadder' has new argument 'alpha' as an additional weighting parameter. As a result, the argument 'weights' is now just that, weights should be between 0 and 1. The argument 'alpha' describes the different chain ladder age-to-age factors: The default for alpha for all development periods is 1. See Mack's 1999 paper: alpha=1 gives the historical chain ladder age-to-age factors, alpha=0 gives the straight average of the observed individual development factors and alpha=2 is the result of an ordinary regression with intercept 0. o Basic 'chainladder' function now available using linear models. See ?chainladder for more information. o More examples for 'MackChainLadder' demonstrate how to apply the MackChainLadder over several triangles in 'one-line'. o 'as.data.frame.triangle' has new argument 'lob' (e.g. line of business) which allows to set an additional label column in the data frame output. BUG FIXES o 'MackChainLadder': Latest position of incomplete triangles were in some cases not returned correctly. Thanks to Ben Escoto for reporting and providing a patch. o 'MackChainLadder': - Mack.S.E was not correctly calculated for non-standard chain ladder age-to-age factors (e.g. straight averages or ordinary regression through the origin) due the missing argument for 'alpha'. - Chain ladder age-to-age factors were always applied to diagonal elements to calculate forecasts, although data in sub-diagonal triangle could exist. Many thanks to Przemyslaw Sloma for reporting those issues. Version 0.1.2-12 ================ NEW FEATURES o New triangle class with S3 methods for plot, print and conversion from triangles to data.frames and vis versa o New utility functions 'incr2cum' and 'cum2incr' to convert incremental triangles into cumulative triangles and vis versa. Thanks to Chritophe Dutang. o New logical argument lattice for plot.MackChainLadder (and plot.triangle), which allows to plot developments by origin period in separate panels. BUG FIXES o 'MunichChainLadder': tail factors were not accepted. Thanks to Stefan Pohl for reporting this issue. Version 0.1.2-11 =============== BUG FIXES o 'MackChainLadder': 'F.se'[ultimate] was calculated of the ultimate column instead of the latest paid. Version 0.1.2-10 =============== USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o 'MackChainLadder' has new arguments 'tail.sigma' and 'tail.se' to provide estimates of the variability for a given tail factor. BUG FIXES o 'MackChainLadder': calculation of 'Mack.S.E' did not use an ultimate sigma factor to estimate 'Mack.S.E' when a tail factor > 1 was provided (Thanks to Mark Hoffmann for reporting this issue). Version 0.1.2-9 =============== USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o Updated documentation to work with new Rd-file parser (R version >= 2.9.0) o Updated documentation for 'ABC' data (Thanks to Glen Barnett) Version 0.1.2-8 =============== USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o Updated documentation for 'MackChainLadder' (Thanks to Daniel Murphy) Version 0.1.2-7 =============== USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o 'MackChainLadder' gives two more elements back: 'Mack.ProcessRisk' and 'Mack.ParameterRisk' for the process and parameter risk error (Thanks to Daniel Murphy) o In the sumumary output of'MackChainLadder' the label 'CV' changed to 'CV(IBNR)' to clarify that we show the coefficient of variance of the IBNR. o 'MackChainLadder' provides new example plots for CV(IBNR) vs. origin period and CV(Ultimate) vs. origin period o Updated documentation Version 0.1.2-6 =============== USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o Updated documentation Version 0.1.2-5 =============== NEW FEATURES o New function 'BootChainLadder', based on papers by England and Verrall, and Barnett and Zehnwirth o 'MackChainLadder' and 'MunichChainLadder' allow for tail factors o 'MackChainLadder' estimates the overall standard error for the total IBNR o New arguments 'tail' and 'est.sigma' for MackChainLadder, to control the tail factor and the estimation of sigma_{n-1} o New arguments 'tailP', 'tailI' and 'est.sigmaP', 'est.sigmaI' for 'MunichChainLadder', which are passed on to 'MackChainLadder' to control the tail factor and the estimation of sigma_{n-1} for the Paid and Incurred triangle o 'Mack-, 'Munich-, and 'BootChainLadder' accept (mxn) matrices with m>=n, e.g more accident years than development years o New example data sets: 'ABC' (annual run-off triangle of a worker's compensation portfolio of a large company), 'qpaid', 'qincurred' ('made-up' data of a quarterly development triangle of annual origin period) o Triangles with higher development period frequency (e.g quarterly) than origin period frequency (e.g annual) can be used after being 'blown-up' to a common period frequency, see the help of 'qpaid' o 'Mack-, 'Munich- and 'BootChainLadder' accept 'blown-up' triangles of higher development period frequency than origin period frequency filled with 'NA', see the help of 'qpaid' USER-VISIBLE CHANGES o summary functions for 'Mack-, 'Munich-, 'BootChainLadder' give all a list back with two elements: 'ByOrigin' and 'Totals' o Change of labels: origin years -> origin period and development years -> development origin o Coefficient of Variance is abbreviate with 'CV' instead of 'CoV' o The example spreadsheet 'ChainLadder_in_Excel.xls' has new examples, including 'BootChainLadder' o New greeting message after the R-call 'library(ChainLadder)' o Improved documentation BUG FIXES o 'MunichChainLadder': calculation of 'lambdaP' and 'lambdI' was incorrect. Thanks to Beat Huggler for reporting this issue. 2008-09-23 Markus Gesmann * R/BootstrapReserve.R Included all the functions for the BootChainLadder function. The BootChainLadder procedure provides a predictive distribution of reserves for a cumulative claims development triangle. * R/BootstrapReserve.R, MackChainLadder.R, MunichChainLadder The summary methods for MackChainLadder, MunichChainLadder, BootChainLadder give a list back with two elements "ByOrigin" and "Totals" * R/zzz.R Included a .onLoad function to produce a little meassage after the ChainLadder packge is loaded. * Excel/ChainLadder_in_Excel.xls Added new examples for BootChainLadder and how to use Rapply to call functions from the ChainLadder package. 2008-09-18 Markus Gesmann * R/MackChainLadder.R Included tail factor estimation. The function MackChainLadder has a new argument "tail" to either estimate the tail factor via a log-linear regression or to set it manually. * data/qpaid.RData, qincurred.RData Added examples of quarterly development triangles 2008-09-08 Markus Gesmann * R/MackChainLadder.R Prepared the functions Mack.S.E and Total.Mack.S.E to accept triangles with rows full of NA values. This might be useful for non quadratic triangles 2008-05-19 Markus Gesmann * R/MackChainLadder.R Bug fix: Function Mack.S.E did not give F.se back, which is needed by TotalMack.S.E. Many thanks to Florian Leitenstorfer for reporting this issue. 2008-05-11 Markus Gesmann * inst/Excel/ChainLadder_in_Excel.xls uses now dynamic functions and shows how to call 'plot' from Excel * R/MackChainLadderFunctions.R: Changed labels Reserving to IBNR (=Incurred But Not Reported) 2008-02-02 Markus Gesmann * R/MackChainLadderFunctions.R: Mack.S.E checks now which sigma>0 before log linear regression of sigma to estimate sigma[n-1] 2008-02-11 Markus Gesmann * R/MackChainLadderFunctions.R: added function TotalMack.S.E function to estimate the overall standard error for the reserve. MackChainLadder gives now also the Total.Mack.S.E. back plus the estimate standard error for all individual age-to-age factors F.se. [Less]

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syslift

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SYSLIFT is FREEWARE, Mutual Fund Management System offered to MIUs, sharing their database with all other MIUs. It is developed jointly by UpLift India Asssociation and Tieto Enator to manage insurance activities and especially health insurance. It manages data for Individuals, Families ... [More] , Policies & Claims. Objective: • To Provide MIU’s with data from a Centralized Database for easing their activities management, and helping their clients/members to have a better behavior related to the concerned risk. • To maintain information about products, policyholders, dependants, policies and claims. • To monitor Micro-Insurance portfolios. • To monitor quality data encoding. • To faster the claim settlement process – cashless systems. Main Featrues of Syslift: • Capacity to handle infinite products under 3 categories: Health, Life & Property. • Security: Login & password with various user roles. • Data Model including Policies, Persons, Families, Socio economic information. • 5 Levels of portfolio consolidation (Community, Area, Branch, Ngo and Federation). • Extensive Claim Information Management: • Health Events chosen from the ICD (WHO) • Any Bill or Expenses are sorted per Hospital • Reporting customized for various levels of decision: includes claim ratios and claims frequencies per branch, accounting, health funds balances etc. • Comprehensive Database for statistical research. • User Friendly: Fully open to Development specification suggestions. Technical Details: • Platform: Visual Basics (as front end) • Database: Microsoft SQL Server (back end) Coming Developments: • Consolidation of all user-organization in a single database accessible to all. • Data Synchronization Facility. • Web based version. [Less]

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saaipm

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Smart AI Indian Portfolio Manager Automatically Downloads Files from NSE Server, Recalculates your Net Worth at end of day. Based on the input investment data you provide. Efforts are on to provide realtime net worth calculation using web services and SOA

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Healthcare management software for insurance companies and medical clinics.

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gnudental

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First and ForemostIf you'd like to contribute code to this project, please send email to info@gnudental.org and include the word, 'GNUdental' somewhere in the subject. Also include your GMail username which is a prerequisite to being a member of this development project while it is hosted by Google ... [More] (though not a requirement for joining our community and contributing in other ways than through writing code). Also, feel free to join the GNUdental-dev mailing list at http://lists.gnudental.org/mailman/listinfo/gnudental-dev Feel free to ignore the big fork language below. It's here strictly to annoy the man who had the audacity to '...insist that we should not be talking about 'GNUDental' as a separate project. We should be talking about OpenDental (sic) and in addition to that an effort to package it for Linux.' NOT !! I'll say nothing more about him publicly, but I consider this man to be (currently) ethically bankrupt (if technically perhaps a genius). FORKGNUdentalTM is a FORK of Jordan Sparks' Windows®-only Open Dental application. The primary goal of GNUdentalTM is to support other operating systems aside from the Microsoft® Windows® family of commercial operating systems that Open Dental has run on exclusively for several years. FORKCross-platform support in Open Dental has long (3+ years) been promised by the author of that application, but those promises were shown to be empty until the announcement of GNUdentalTM. FORKThe GNUdentalTM project members have wearied of waiting any longer. FORKLong live free software that is truly free! [Less]

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insuranceproject

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This project contains a design of a simple insurance company project. It includes Use Case diagrams, Class Diagrams, Sequence Diagrams and a State diagram too. It manages 3 types of policies; FloodPolicy, HomePolicy and AutoPolicy. It is a web based project implemented using JSP.

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