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  • interval
  • When a person dies at a certain age they have lived only a fraction of the interval in which their age at death sits, the average of all of these fractions of the interval for all people dying in the interval is call the fraction of the last age interval of life, a i . (statsdirect.com)
  • Infant deaths tend to occur early in the first year of life (which is the usual first age interval for abridged life tables). (statsdirect.com)
  • where s squared e hat alpha is the variance of the expectation of life at the age of the start of the interval alpha, and s squared q hat i is the variance of the probability of death for the ith interval. (statsdirect.com)
  • StatsDirect simply multiplies Ti (the total number of years lived by those individuals from the artificial cohort attaining the age that starts the interval) by the given ith utility weight, then divides as usual by li (the number out of the artificial cohort alive at the start of the interval) in order to compute adjusted life expectancy. (statsdirect.com)
  • A life table may be complete or abridged, depending on the age interval used in the compilation. (abs.gov.au)
  • leading cause
  • Potential years of life lost by the three leading causes of death are 8.25 years for male and 7.12 years for female at age 0, 6.64 years for male and 5.86 years for female at age 65, 5.10 years for male and 4.97 years for female at age 75, 2.32 years for male and 2.77 years for female at age 90. (go.jp)
  • System
  • The Life Table Analysis System (LTAS) was developed at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) during the 1970s. (cdc.gov)
  • The table specifies asset lives for property subject to depreciation under the general depreciation system provided in section 168(a) of the IRC or the alternative depreciation system provided in section 168(g). (thomsonreuters.com)