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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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ON A PEDESTAL--This three-dimensional, simulated ice crystal resembles a common, simple type of natural snowflake: a hexagonal column whose faces are indented because they grow more slowly than the column's edges.
Within the framework developed by this laboratory, the behavior of simulated entities is a direct product of the knowledge attributed to those entities.
Well, wouldn't you, if your simulated bank account had $3m in it?
According to John Bucher, project officer for the NIEHS interagency agreement with the FDA, the laboratory is designed for testing not only cosmetic chemicals but also other potentially photoactive drugs and environmental agents for UV radiation- or simulated solar light-induced toxicity and cancer.
More than 260 hydraulic actuators apply the simulated loads to the C-17 airframe.
Our combined AirLaunch/DARPA/Air Force team has worked diligently to accurately predict the performance of the simulated QuickReach(TM) rocket to assure crew and system safety.
Deisboeck's group simulated cancer cells as agents, subjecting them to fluctuating concentrations of EGF and associated molecules that affect EGF's behavior.
The aircraft also successfully avoided another simulated anti-aircraft site that popped up on their flight to the target, Boeing and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency officials said.
Tied to a seeker guidance system, Sensor Vision III will be able to determine how well the missile finds, tracks and hits targets under simulated battlefield conditions, Tonkin said.
Tekelec also is using Ixia's IxVoice in field trials to simulate IMS subscribers and verify the functionality and performance of SMS messages to other simulated subscribers and real SIP-enabled devices within an IMS environment.
A neutralizing agent could return the simulated cantilever to its original configuration.
This proved out the integration of electronics and hydraulics, which were simulated separately though not integrated with the 3D solid modeling tools.