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ro·bust·ness

(rō-bust'ness),
In statistics, the degree to which the probability of drawing a wrong conclusion from the test result is not seriously affected by moderate departures from the assumptions implicit in the model on which the test is based.
[L. robustus, hale, strong, fr. robur, oak, strength]
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