A characteristic of a statistical procedure which is not greatly influenced by the presence of outliers Procedures involving medians and quartiles are in general more resistant than those involving means and standard deviations
Building designed to prevent total collapse, preserve life, and minimize damage in case of an earthquake or tremor. Earthquakes exert lateral as well as vertical forces, and a structure's response to their random, often sudden motions is a complex task that is just beginning to be understood. Earthquake-resistant structures absorb and dissipate seismically induced motion through a combination of means: damping decreases the amplitude of oscillations of a vibrating structure, while ductile materials (e.g., steel) can withstand considerable inelastic deformation. If a skyscraper has too flexible a structure, then tremendous swaying in its upper floors can develop during an earthquake. Care must be taken to provide built-in tolerance for some structural damage, resist lateral loading through stiffeners (diagonal sway bracing), and allow areas of the building to move somewhat independently
A watch bearing the inscription "water-resistant" on its case back can handle light moisture, such as a rainstorm or sink splashes, but should not be worn swimming or diving If the watch can be submerged in water, it must state at what depth it maintains water-resistance, i e 50 meters (165 feet) or more on most sport watches Below 200 meters, the watch may be used for skin diving and even scuba diving depending upon the indicated depths Sometimes water-resistance is measured in atmospheres (ATM), which is equal to 10 meters of water pressure (Some European-made watches use the term "bar" instead) Straps other than metal bracelets may not be water-resistant New water-resistant versions of nylon, rubber, and other synthetics are a trend in sport watches Watches come in different water resistant depths and diver's depths
To be called "water-resistant",the Federal Trade Commission requires that a watch not admit moisture if immersed for 5 minutes at a depth of 34 feet (15 lbs per square inch) and for at least 5 minutes at a depth of 113 feet (50 lbs per square inch)
Used to describe fabrics that initially repel water under low impact, but eventually get soaked This is achieved through dense construction or coating Most nylon, microfiber, and other shell fabrics are water resistant, but not waterproof
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