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Extreme Value Theory
In statistics, any way to estimate or measure the likelihood of an extremely unlikely event. That is, extreme value theory measures the probability that a data point that deviates significantly from the mean will occur. It is useful in insurance to measure the risk of catastrophic events, such as tornados and wildfires.
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