From: Tolga Uzuner <tolga_at_coubros.com>

Date: Sun 11 Dec 2005 - 04:22:02 EST

alpha0=dnorm(A)*sqrt(1-Beta(K)^2)/(dnorm(B)*Beta(K)*(1-R))

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Date: Sun 11 Dec 2005 - 04:22:02 EST

Hi,

Having a weird problem with the integrate function.

I have a function which calculates a loss density: I'd like to integrate it to get the distribution.

K=p C=qnorm(p) # default threshold for the pool A=1/Beta(K)*(C-sqrt(1-Beta(K)^2)*qnorm(K/(1-R))) B=qnorm(K/(1-R))

alpha0=dnorm(A)*sqrt(1-Beta(K)^2)/(dnorm(B)*Beta(K)*(1-R))

alpha10=-2*dnorm(A)*(C*Beta(K)-A)/(Beta(K)*(1-Beta(K)^2)) alpha11=(1-R)*dnorm(A)*dnorm(B)*(Beta(K)-A/Beta(K)*(C*Beta(K)-A))/((1-Beta(K)^2)^1.5) alpha20=(1-R)*dnorm(A)*dnorm(B)/sqrt(1-Beta(K)^2)return(alpha0+(alpha10+alpha11*fd(K,Beta))*fd(K,Beta)+alpha20*fd2(K,Beta)) }

Beta needs to be passed in as a function:

Beta<-splinefun(c(.03,.06,.09,.12,.22,.6),c(.117,.248,.35,.426,.603,1),method="natural")

Now, when I try out lossdensity, it works fine:

> lossdensity(.02,Beta,.4)

[1] 0.1444915

I defined lossdistribution as:

lossdistribution<-function(p,Beta,R=0.4){ integrate(function(x)lossdensity(x,Beta,R),0.0000000000001,p)}

But this gives a weird error:

> lossdistribution(0.1,Beta)

Error in "[<-"(`*tmp*`, k, i, value = c(4.29850518211428, 0, 0, 0, 0, :

number of items to replace is not a multiple of replacement length

What's interesting is, if I use the area function from library(MASS), it works:

I could just go ahead and use that, but would like to understand why integrate is not working.

Thanks in advance,

Tolga

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