Nonparametric estimation of extremal dependence

Anna Kiriliouk, Johan Segers, Michał Warchoł

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Résumé

There is an increasing interest to understand the dependence structure of a random vector not only in the center of its distribution but also in the tails. Extreme-value theory tackles the problem of modelling the joint tail of a multivariate distribution by modelling the marginal distributions and the dependence structure separately. For estimating dependence at high levels, the stable tail dependence function and the spectral measure are particularly convenient. These objects also lie at the basis of nonparametric techniques for modelling the dependence among extremes in the max domain of attraction setting. In case of asymptotic independence, this setting is in adequate, and more refined tail dependence coefficients exist, serving, among others, to discriminate between asymptotic dependence and independence. Throughout, the methods are illustrated on financial data.

langue originaleAnglais
titreExtreme Value Modeling and Risk Analysis
Sous-titreMethods and Applications
EditeurCRC Press
Pages353-375
Nombre de pages23
ISBN (Electronique)9781498701310
ISBN (imprimé)9781498701297
étatPublié - 6 janv. 2016
Modification externeOui

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Nonparametric Estimation
Tail Dependence
Dependence Structure
Tail
Modeling
Dependence Function
Asymptotic Independence
Extreme Value Theory
Financial Data
Spectral Measure
Domain of Attraction
Multivariate Distribution
Marginal Distribution
Random Vector
Extremes
Coefficient

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Kiriliouk, A., Segers, J., & Warchoł, M. (2016). Nonparametric estimation of extremal dependence. Dans Extreme Value Modeling and Risk Analysis: Methods and Applications (p. 353-375). CRC Press.
Kiriliouk, Anna ; Segers, Johan ; Warchoł, Michał. / Nonparametric estimation of extremal dependence. Extreme Value Modeling and Risk Analysis: Methods and Applications. CRC Press, 2016. p. 353-375
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