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Antifragile systems grow measurably better in the presence of hazards. This is in contrast to fragile systems which break down in the presence of hazards, robust systems that tolerate hazards up to a certain degree, and resilient systems that -- like self-healing systems -- revert to their earlier expected behavior after a period of convalescence. The notion of antifragility was introduced by Taleb for economics systems, but its applicability has been illustrated in biological and engineeringarXiv:1802.09159v1 fatcat:mpsxkiaxi5dypk72wz4eidetwm