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Definition of "robustness" []

  • The quality of being robust (noun)
  • The ability of a computer system to cope with errors during execution (noun)
  • The quality of being robust. (noun)

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Use "robustness" in a sentence
  • "I am not sure that testing her hypothesis to a peer-reviewable level of robustness is possible given the middling quality of the data ..."
  • "Frankly, I am not sure that testing her hypothesis to a peer-reviewable level of robustness is possible given the middling quality of data and the inherent ambiguity with how particular projects must be assigned to particular congressional districts."
  • "However, increased mutational robustness caused by gene duplications pales in comparison to drift and selection as a cause for the fixation of gene duplicates, especially because the advantage of robustness is weak in many populations. page 268, Robustness and Evolvability of Living Systems"