THE ANALYSIS OF HETEROGENEOUS MORTALITY DATA
IN this paper, everyday actuarial data have been examined by means of standard statistical techniques. The data in question have been drawn from the publica- tions of the Continuous Mortality Investigation Committee, and the methods of statistical analysis have been applied to investigate the nature and extent of the heterogeneity which may exist in those data. It will be recalled that the returns of the Continuous Mortality Investigation Committee contain the exposures to risk and corresponding deaths subdivided into various groups. Twelve such groups have been distinguished in this paper, VIZ. :
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