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SSASIM input table RMRT_DI

Contains information about relative mortality rates of DI beneficiaries by age and gender.

Parent table is: BDYN_DI

There are no child tables.

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SSASIM:   RMRT_DI . id
Identifies id of rows that contain relative mortality rates for females and males of various ages, where rates are expressed as a decimal fraction (not a percent) of whole population mortality rates. There is a different row for each age, so many rows have the same id value.

Valid values: 0 to 999999999 (nine digits), Integer

Source code: ben_di.h and ben_di.cpp

SSASIM:   RMRT_DI . notes
Describes specification of table row in free-form note.

Valid values: any ASCII text (Note: do not copy and paste from a word processor because of the possibility of embedded non-ASCII characters.)

Source code: notes are not read by the model

SSASIM:   RMRT_DI . age
Specifies age of females and males whose relative mortality rates are specified on this row.

Valid values: 0 to convertage_yr-1, Integer [where convertage_yr is equal to convertage parameter in BDYN_DI table for simulation year that corresponds to this row's id value]

Source code: ben_di.h and ben_di.cpp

SSASIM:   RMRT_DI . female
Specifies mortality rate of female DI beneficiaries as a decimal fraction (not a percent) of whole-population female mortality rate for this age. A rate that is fifty percent more than that of the whole female population this age is expressed with a 1.5 value. Value is zero for an age that does not have a row.

Valid values: any non-negative value, Real

Source code: ben_di.h and ben_di.cpp

SSASIM:   RMRT_DI . male
Specifies mortality rate of male DI beneficiaries as a decimal fraction (not a percent) of whole-population male mortality rate for this age. A rate that is twice that of the whole male population this age is expressed with a 2.0 value. Value is zero for an age that does not have a row.

Valid values: any non-negative value, Real

Source code: ben_di.h and ben_di.cpp