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# A new class of bivariate copulas

(Impact Factor: 0.6). 02/2004; 66(3):315-325. DOI: 10.1016/j.spl.2003.09.010

ABSTRACT

We study a wide class of bivariate copulas depending on two univariate functions which generalizes many known families of copulas. We measure the dependence of any copula of this class in different ways, exhibit several properties concerning symmetry, dependence concepts, and concordance ordering, and provide several examples.

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ABSTRACT: In 2004, Rodríguez-Lallena and Úbeda-Flores have introduced a class of bivariate copulas which generalizes some known families such as the Farlie-Gumbel-Morgenstern distributions. In 2006, Dolati and Úbeda-Flores presented multivariate generalizations of this class, also they investigated symmetry, dependence concepts and measuring the dependence among the components of each classes. In this paper, a new method of constructing binary copulas is introduced, extending the original study of Rodríguez-Lallena and Úbeda-Flores to new families of symmetric/asymmetric copulas. Several properties and parameters of newly introduced copulas are included. Among others, relationship of our construction method with several kinds of ordinal sums of copulas is clarified.
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• "Therefore to determine the case in which C is a copula the result from [21] can be adapted. We may also remark that in [21], the authors have proposed the following family: C(u, v) = uv + θΦ(u)ψ(v), θ ∈ [−1, 1] (12) where Φ, ψ are absolutely continuous distributions on [0] [1] and their derivatives are bounded for almost every values taken in [0] [1], with the conditions "
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• "Here, it should be recalled that, roughly speaking, each FGM 2-copula is a " perturbation " of the independence 2-copula Π 2 , but its ability to model dependence is somehow limited since, for example, Spearman's correlation coefficients for FGM 2-copulas take values in [− 1 3 , 1 3 ]. However—as stressed in [1] [28]—a 2-copula C in of the form (16) can model a wider range of dependence. Notice that C in is not a symmetric function of its arguments when g = f , a feature of interest when it makes little sense to assume that the random variables of interest are exchangeable: see [8] for a discussion about this aspect. "
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