Selfsimilar processes in collective risk theory
(1998) In Journal of Applied Mathematics and Stochastic Analysis 11(4). p.429448 Abstract
 A selfsimilar, continuous process with stationary increments is considered as an approximation to the surplus process in collective risk theory. This approximation can be seen as the weak limit of risk processes with linear premium income, where the claim sizes show a longrange dependence. It is then proved that the corresponding ruin times converge weakly to the ruin time of the approximation process. A situation where longrange dependence of claim sizes occurs is given in an example where the risk process evolves according to an environmental process with two states. If at least one of the distributions of the time between two changes of the state has a regularly varying tail, a longrange dependence is observed. By way of example,... (More)
 A selfsimilar, continuous process with stationary increments is considered as an approximation to the surplus process in collective risk theory. This approximation can be seen as the weak limit of risk processes with linear premium income, where the claim sizes show a longrange dependence. It is then proved that the corresponding ruin times converge weakly to the ruin time of the approximation process. A situation where longrange dependence of claim sizes occurs is given in an example where the risk process evolves according to an environmental process with two states. If at least one of the distributions of the time between two changes of the state has a regularly varying tail, a longrange dependence is observed. By way of example, upper and lower bounds for the ruin probability of fractional Brownian motion with drift are obtained. Numerical calculations show, however, that these bounds are far from the true value. (Less)
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 Michna, Zbigniew ^{LU}
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 1998
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 Journal of Applied Mathematics and Stochastic Analysis
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 11
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 4
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 429  448
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 Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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 10489533
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