Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the characteristic of being strong enough to withstand intellectual challenge
    "the lack of robustness in the findings may be due to the small size of the sample"


    Zelfstandig naamwoord
      • the property of being strong and healthy in constitution




      1. Graceful degradation is a close second to robustness.
      2. Robustness
      3. Operational Robustness
      4. Operational robustness
      5. Robustness to environmental factors
      6. This is to provide additional robustness for BE.
      7. The revisions constitute one of the elements in the restructuring package which enhance BE’s financial robustness.
      8. It is therefore important that during robustness studies, antibody-negative (pre-seroconversion) samples are included.
      9. Tests should also assess non-functional requirements such as robustness, availability and performance.
      10. Consequently the Commission considers that the robustness of the plan has not been demonstrated.
      11. Serious inconsistencies in the restructuring plan raise significant doubts as to its viability and robustness.
      12. It shall evaluate the frequency and methodology of sampling and the robustness of the data.
      13. In particular, the Commission is not convinced by the financial projections or the robustness of the plan.
      14. the robustness of the inland ECDIS equipment in order to withstand the environmental conditions typically prevailing on board a vessel without any degradation in quality or reliability,
      15. Support maturity demonstrate, after appropriate risk assessment, the robustness of innovative ITS systems, through a sufficient level of technical development and operational exploitation;