CMI Working Paper 103 was published in November 2017. It describes updates to the CMI_2016 software and contains a number of disparate analyses that are intended to be helpful to users of the CMI Model. This paper is available to Authorised Users only but the Executive Summary is available to all.
The updated version of the CMI_2016 software allows users to easily calibrate the Model to international data from the Human Mortality Database (HMD). There are also minor updates to improve the usability of the software. These changes do not affect the CMI_2016 projections.
An updated version of the user guide (Working Paper 99) has been issued to reflect the updates made to the Model.
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