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simulate

[′sim·yə‚lāt]
(engineering)
To mimic some or all of the behavior of one system with a different, dissimilar system, particularly with computers, models, or other equipment.

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Participants in the simulated opening were also asked to locate various amenities, such as specific concessions or airline lounges.
The new model's inventors had previously simulated the growth of idealized crystals of an unspecified material.
1) Tina Slade, left, and Jennifer Tanyatanaboon prepare an F-16 for a simulated biological contamination test at Edwards.
aim a firearm, point); a variety of computer graphic representations of human figures that move naturally, display appropriate gestures and expressions, and exhibit realistic patterns of speech; and a capability for the trainee to speak naturally and the simulator to comprehend that speech and direct the behavior of simulated humans accordingly.
My eldest daughter was thrilled to finally get her hands on one of those gargantuan American fridges she has always wanted to see established in a corner of our kitchen and she has filled it with simulated yummy food, of course.
Researchers at the laboratory can expose about 5,000 mice a day to the simulated solar light.
The AVCATT-A's virtual training environment supports simulated interactive combat.
For example, engineers simulated the effect on the seal of two or three mm variations in build, combined with 10 point variations in rubber hardness and variations in the wall thickness of extrusion.
The team broke their own record set just over a month ago when a simulated QuickReach(TM) rocket that weighed 65,000 pounds was dropped out of a C-17 on June 14.
By assigning inflammation-implicated cells as agents in an environment that simulated the body's circulatory system, An reproduced the four typical trajectories of SIRS/MOF.
Two Boeing X-45A jets finished three years of flight tests with the simulated combat mission Wednesday during which they showed they could identify, attack and destroy ground-based radar and missile launchers before missiles could be launched against them, officials said.