1. Predictive modeling in actuarial science Edward W. Frees and Richard A. Derrig; Part I. Predictive Modeling Foundations: 2. Overview of linear models Marjorie Rosenberg; 3. Regression with categorical dependent variables Montserrat Guillen; 4. Regression with count-dependent variables Jean-Philippe Boucher; 5. Generalized linear models Curtis Gary Dean; 6. Frequency and severity models Edward W. Frees; Part II. Predictive Modeling Methods: 7. Longitudinal and panel data models Edward W. Frees; 8. Linear mixed models Katrien Antonio and Yanwei Zhang; 9. Credibility and regression modeling Vytaras Brazauskas, Harald Dornheim and Ponmalar Ratnam; 10. Fat-tailed regression models Peng Shi; 11. Spatial modeling Eike Brechmann and Claudia Czado; 12. Unsupervised learning Louise Francis; Part III. Bayesian and Mixed Modeling: 13. Bayesian computational methods Brian Hartman; 14. Bayesian regression models Luis Nieto-Barajas and Enrique de Alba; 15. Generalized additive models and nonparametric regression Patrick L. Brockett, Shuo-Li Chuang and Utai Pitaktong; 16. Non-linear mixed models Katrien Antonio and Yanwei Zhang; Part IV. Longitudinal Modeling: 17. Time series analysis Piet de Jong; 18. Claims triangles/loss reserves Greg Taylor; 19. Survival models Jim Robinson; 20. Transition modeling Bruce Jones and Weijia Wu.
'With contributions coming from a wide variety of researchers, professors, and actuaries - including several CAS Fellows - it's clear that this book will be valuable for any P and C actuary whose main concern is using predictive modeling in his or her own work.' David Zornek, Actuarial Review