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Risk classification for claim counts: A comparative analysis of various zero-inflated mixed Poisson and hurdle models

Bibliographic reference Boucher, Jean-Philippe ; Guillén, Montserrat ; Denuit, Michel. Risk classification for claim counts: A comparative analysis of various zero-inflated mixed Poisson and hurdle models. In: North American Actuarial Journal, Vol. 11, no. 4, p. 110-131 (2007)
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