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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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He considers how and what nature builds, how nature repairs aging or damaged systems, and how scientists and engineers may emulate natures processes of assembly and repair.
Except for my father, Baby's the only person I want to emulate in terms of accomplishments, in terms of the kind of person he was,' said Cone after his Barangay Ginebra whipped Rain or Shine, 101-87, on Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Furthermore, the technology can be fine-tuned to emulate hepatocytes from an individual, which is crucial in developing a more personalised drug toxicity assessment, RPI said last week.
It offers an efficient and economical way to emulate terrestrial, wireless, Internet, satellite, or private network links.
And, it would seem, a lot of auditionees are trying to emulate inadequacy.
According to the company, the solution allows network equipment manufacturers, service providers and large enterprises to emulate complex user behaviour and multidimensional data traffic during the pre-deployment phase, so that products and services are optimised for IP communications networks.
The results suggest that African American females who receive free and reduced lunch more frequently exhibit motivational and cognitive self-regulatory attitudes and behaviors in academic settings, achieve higher grade point averages and were more likely to admire, respect and emulate achievement related behaviors than their same-SES male counterparts.
They were first introduced five springs ago, just before their clubs played each other in a Grapefruit League game, and it wasn't much different from a lot of meetings between a dedicated fan and the hero he grew up trying to emulate.
Because these same disk libraries emulate the software used to manage existing tape libraries, the backup application thinks it is still writing to tape, while actually writing to disk.
According to the New York Times, Raymond Lorie, a researcher at the IBM Almaden Research Center in San Jose, California, developed a prototype for a "universal virtual computer," a system with an architecture and language designed to be logical and accessible so that future computer developers will be able to write instructions to emulate, or mimic, it on their machines.
The new artifact, SRM 2538, is a fiber-pigtailed quartz plate, designed to Standard Reference Materials emulate the PMD typically found in telecommunications components.