In the actuarial practice of motor insurance companies, estimating a fair price to charge customers for an insurance contract remains a challenging problem. The determination of the insurance premium is generally done by calculating the expected average claim for each customer profile on the basis of a number of variables that reflect the risk factors associated with that particular type of customer.
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