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[論文]Calder, et al. "Cat Model Blending" - 6. Works Cited

"Cat Model Blending - Techniques and Governance"
Alan Calder, Andrew Couper, Joseph Lo, Aspen (Respectively, Group Head of Catastrophe Risk Management, Chief Actuary and Chief Risk Officer of Aspen Bermuda, and Head of Actuarial Research & Development.)
13 August, 2012

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  1. Introduction
  2. Catastrophe Model Blending
  3. A Technical Solution
  4. Governance
  5. Final Words
  6. Works Cited