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United States Life Tables, 2013

There are two types of life tables: the cohort (or generation)
life table and the period (or current) life table. The cohort life table
presents the mortality experience of a particular birth cohort-all
persons born in the year 1900, for example-from the moment of
birth through consecutive ages in successive calendar years. Based
on age-specific death rates observed through consecutive calendar
years, the cohort life table reflects the mortality experience of an
actual cohort from birth until no lives remain in the group.
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