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Old 09-05-2018, 12:31 PM
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Default Pricing Minimum Bias Procedure Multiplicative

Hello everyone,

For who is familiarized with this method, I can't get why I am obtaining different relativities when I start with different seeds.

Following the multiplicative method weighted by exposure from the CAS paper (https://www.casact.org/pubs/forum/02fforum/02ff591.pdf file page 31), It converges to the same results only by giving a value of 1,5 to y2.

If I change the starting y2 to 1,7, I get different final relativities (using a convergence pass value of 0,0000001 which is considerable low). What am I missing?

Edit: there was a problem in the code while it normalizes. The results are verified now.
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